Curiosity is curious, sometimes spurring us toward knowledge, sometimes stupefying us with the ostensibly unknowable.
Relationships Gone Bad
The judge in the closely watched case agreed with the university's argument that the student had not shown evidence of discrimination and retaliation.
Questions About Quality
Amid higher education's rapid changes, the continuing value of the lengthy, complex accreditation process is raising skeptical questions.
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As for-profit colleges feel pressure from policy makers on employment, the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities may be making a savvy shift in focus.
The Council of Graduate Schools' meeting came at a time of increasing pressure on programs to prove their worth. Talk often turned to life after the Ph.D.
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- NIH Considers Shift of Focus in How It Awards Grants