By Jeremy Gibbs A strategic Wi-Fi upgrade connects network performance to institutional objectives.

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Christopher Ames, provost at Shepherd University, in West Virginia, has been selected as president at the Sage Colleges, in New York. Donald R. Boomgaarden, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania, has been chosen as president of St. Joseph’s College, in New York. Denise Cobb, interim provost […]

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Ma’lik Richmond was one of two Ohio high school football players convicted in 2013 of sexually assaulting a minor — a girl they met at a party who was intoxicated beyond the ability to consent to sex — the year before. The Steubenville High School rape case, as it became known, included evidence that the […]

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Marygrove College in Detroit joined the list Wednesday of small private colleges making cuts because of financial difficulties, announcing it will follow the unusual strategy of shutting down its undergraduate programs in the middle of the upcoming academic year. The small Roman Catholic liberal arts college in northwest Detroit will only offer master’s degree programs […]

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Since the presidential election, some have argued that colleges aren’t doing enough to help working-class people — men in particular — pursue the types of technical training that will get them good jobs. A community college in Arkansas, however, is among those that have found success with just that population, but it’s with programs that […]

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Humboldt University of Berlin is one of the birthplaces of interdisciplinarity. Founded in 1810, it was envisioned by educational reformer Wilhelm von Humboldt as an institution where students would receive an all-around education in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, and where teaching and research would be integrated. Through a number of novel teaching […]

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A leaked internal memo at Google, written by a now-fired male employee, has raised serious questions for women looking to enter Silicon Valley tech companies or to join academic STEM departments, both known for allegations of being hostile environments for women. The memo questioned whether discrimination is a factor in gender disparities in tech and […]

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Kate Rousmaniere, both a professor and the mayor of her college town, explores the myriad issues surrounding off-campus housing.

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James M. Van Wyck engages with Lynn Arner in a conversation about class and the creation of the professoriate.

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Coding Dojo, a large coding school, announced it is continuing to innovate its curriculum by adding a full-stack course in Java. Java is an extremely common programming language used in Android development and on the backend of companies such as LinkedIn, Google and Amazon. According to a recent Coding Dojo analysis, Java was one of […]

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