Will the hotels of the future involve fewer front desk clerks and more automated service? A hospitality expert who has written a new book on the subject weighs in.
The stock market’s weak performance at the end of 2022 may have made donors less willing to give.
A college administrator offers insights into the rocky rollout of the Department of Education’s supposedly ‘simplified’ financial aid form.
Politics and the lack of compensation are among the factors that can undermine the peer review process, which is important to the quality of knowledge in academic journals.
Black male athletes at Division I schools say they alter their speech, dress and other behaviors to gain acceptance in mostly white academic and athletic settings.
Self-advocacy and taking initiative have proven critical for autistic students who are also gifted, new research shows.
About two-thirds of students admit to plagiarizing material. Faculty are expected to know better, but they do it, too. How should universities respond?
Most teens aren’t getting enough sleep, leading to poorer academic performance. Early school start times combined with natural changes in hormones and the circadian rhythm could be to blame.
The late Justice Sandra Day O'Connor’s iCivics curriculum has been shown to boost knowledge of the political process.
University codes of conduct support their mission to educate. But it’s not easy to balance those codes with the values of free speech, as the resignation of a prominent university president shows.
Scholars who study disparities in early care and education answer five questions about Michigan’s Great Start Readiness Program.
New research suggests artificial intelligence can make professional development programs more accessible and effective.
Many of the Americans getting this debt relief are nurses, teachers, first responders, Peace Corps volunteers and social workers.
The author of a new book on affirmative action in higher education discusses how colleges might still be able to become more diverse now that affirmative action has been banned.
Inclusive postsecondary education programs help students with intellectual disabilities make friends and become independent adults.
People who get an education while serving time are less likely to return to prison and more likely to enter the job market, an analysis finds.
The rise of sports betting has made gambling addiction a bigger issue on college campuses, but there are steps universities can take to address it.
Researchers found that lowering restrictions for new teachers had some unintended consequences.
More high school students are taking college courses while still in high school. But equity gaps exist, with Black and Hispanic students participating at lower rates.
Art and science combine in this engineering course to let students turn their brainwaves into creative works.