College can be a time to interact with people with different worldviews, but meaningful exchanges often require intent.
America’s selective colleges and universities become less diverse if the Supreme Court shoots down affirmative action in higher education, an expert on the subject warns.
A philosophy professor looks at the learning styles of different creatures to gain insight into curiosity among human beings.
There are benefits to taking college classes in the metaverse, but there are also potential problems.
Colleges must notify students when the school is placed on probation by its accrediting agency. Do students respond by staying away?
While most endorsement deals go to college athletes at schools with big-time sports programs, new research has found
community college athletes could profit as well.
College students who are focused on career goals and personal growth – and growth for others – tend to fare better academically, new research finds.
College students hit the hay earlier and sleep longer when they’re offered a modest monetary incentive. But can a little extra cash really make good sleeping habits last?
Sitting in the front row of a lecture hall could become obsolete as more colleges and universities enter the metaverse.
An analysis of college applications reveals that 3% of US students use pronouns other than the traditional “he” or “she” binary.
Academics and religious leaders address the role of faith and community in managing mental health issues in young people and society as a whole.
A negative environment dissuades many women engineering students from staying in the field. Can colleges and universities do anything to reverse the trend?
Therapy dogs are a proven support for students experiencing high levels of stress. During the pandemic, in-person encounters were less possible, but virtual sessions also recorded an improvement.
An increasing number of college students say they were victims or perpetrators of sexual assault – and that victims were drunk when the assault took place. Are campus drinking environments to blame?
Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim student organizations are rarities at most colleges and universities. An expert delves into why.
Students of color graduate at higher rates when they go to colleges where there are larger portions of the student body and faculty who are also of color.
Just what does it mean for students to feel as if they “belong” on campus? A researcher weighs in.
The Pell Grant would have to be doubled in order for its purchasing power to be anywhere near what it used to be, a scholar observes.
College savings plans – known as 529s – can be effective for certain families. Still, it pays to know the ins and outs of how the plans work, an expert says.
Grades don’t actually measure learning, and they can increase students’ stress and decrease their motivation. A college professor explains an alternative to grading students’ work.