Fellowship Program Invests Millions In Humanities And Social SciencesThe Andrew Carnegie Fellowship program will award more than $6 million in fellowships for those studying the humanities and social sciences.
Universities Use Video To Sell CourseworkIt's becoming increasingly common at North American universities to have faculty create videos about their courses to attract students.
Work Colleges Might Work To Reduce CostsBecause maintaining colleges with all their services is so expensive, work colleges as a model are getting more attention.
Badges May Provide Job Credentials For College Graduates<em>The Chronicle of Higher Education</em> reports that there has been a movement for badges and other forms of "microcredentials" to ready students for jobs.
Small Colleges Creating New Marketing PlansSmall colleges that have seen enrollment drop in recent years must try new ways to attract students.
College Advising Corps Making A Difference For Disadvantaged Students<em>The Chronicle of Higher Education</em> has published its 2014 Influence List and Nicole Hurd made it.
'River Of Booze' Paints Troubling Picture Of College LifeAn article in <em>The Chronicle Of Higher Education</em> describes the prevalence of drugs, alcohol and sexual violence on campus.
International Student Numbers Continue To GrowThe number of international students continues to grow with the biggest influx from China.
Goucher Makes Bold Change To College Admissions ProcessGoucher is the first college accepting a self-produced video instead of test scores and high-school transcripts.
For College Students, Four Years Is No Longer The NormMany freshmen starting school this year say they have a plan to make sure they graduate before 2020.
Study Suggests College Courses May Be Old SchoolA new report out of MIT suggests matching modules rather than locking students into 12-week university courses may be a way to change college education.
College Campus Of The Future Focuses On Technology And FlexibilityThink of a college campus - classrooms, libraries, faculty offices. No more! A college of the future being built now in New York is intended to change with the technological times.