The Albanese government has changed visa conditions for international graduates. But this alone won’t help students stay in Australia.
Spacecraft are just a small part of what it takes for humans to become an interplanetary species. A political science professor explains how there is much more to creating a spacefaring society.
Orthodox Jewish communities are still difficult places for many LGBTQ people. Yet the view, once ubiquitous, that Orthodox tradition is incompatible with their identities is gradually shifting.
Yeshiva University’s legal case has garnered national attention, but several similar cases are underway.
Despite a recent crash in value, universities are using cryptocurrencies for a variety of purposes and reasons.
Avoiding failure by playing it safe may limit opportunities for learning and growth.
Books are one of the oldest forms of communication ‘technology,’ a scholar writes, and understanding how they’ve evolved over time provides insights into their role in society.
Swift, like all writers, draws from her literary forebears to craft new works.
During the pandemic, online learning suddenly replaced traditional teaching methods.
Education Minister Jason Clare has released the terms of reference for the broadest review of higher education in Australia since 2008.
An expert on international education explains the forces behind the drop in students from China and the jump in students from India studying in the US.
Pictures of women in war play a pivotal role in the battlefield of political ideas, argues a feminist historian who examines how images and attire are used and seen in war zones and occupied lands.
Is business education too focused on money and not humanity? A business professor weighs in.
Asking alumni to reflect on ‘a person or event in their past that had particularly benefited them since graduating’ resulted in larger gifts.
Scholars explain what affirmative action is – and isn’t – as well as what its effects are, and why, among others, the military has supported it for decades.
Applications for student visas are also at record levels, according to the latest data.
Views on death and the afterlife vary from person to person and culture to culture. This course gives US Air Force cadets a broad perspective on mortality and its effects on people and society.
Students reported being less stressed about deadlines, but some staff worry no due dates will increase their workloads.
Ronald Reagan may have been known as ‘The Great Communicator,’ but rap artists don’t view his legacy through such rose-colored glasses. A professor of Black studies and history takes a closer look.
In a new book, professors shine light on the transformative experience of teaching behind bars.