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North America

US college offers video application option

08 Sep 2014

By Scott Jaschik, forInside Higher Ed

US researchers protest at rules restricting drone use Subscription

4 September 2014 | By Jon Marcus

Lawsuit led by 200 universities over regulations allowing hobbyists to keep rights while academics face virtual no-fly zone

Professor’s ‘bless you’ ban prompts protests

01 Sep 2014

By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed

Moocs are free – but for how much longer? Subscription

21 August 2014 | By

Monetising career development courses could be the next step for the university, says Stanford professor

Gender tenure gap ‘significant’ in some subjects, finds US study

18 Aug 2014

By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed

Obama scorecards aim to end ‘trust us, we’re worth it’ era Subscription

7 August 2014 | By

Louisiana State University president says some US institutions fear new ratings system because they have been misleading students

Graduate migration to cities displaces less well-educated Subscription

7 August 2014 | By Jon Marcus

The urban dreams of those with degrees are driving up prices in US metropolitan hubs and driving out those with no tertiary education

US calls for no-fee degrees gather momentum Subscription

17 July 2014 | By Jon Marcus

Two influential bodies call for free tuition as Tennessee unveils lottery-funded college study

US universities ‘failing to investigate sexual assaults’

10 Jul 2014 | By

Survey of institutions by senate subcommittee shows many are failing to meet legal obligations

Texas Austin president Bill Powers battles ‘July 4 coup’

07 Jul 2014

By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed

Switch to digital aims to bring the arts out of the Indiana Jones storeroom Subscription

3 July 2014 | By Jon Marcus

Digital literacy can enhance humanities research as well as the skill set of graduates

Shootings ‘a wake-up call’, says Berkeley chancellor Subscription

26 June 2014 | By

Welfare and gun checks are part of the shield against campus violence

The competing bids for Obama’s presidential library Subscription

19 June 2014 | By Jon Marcus

Jon Marcus reports on the Chicago institutions battling it out for the Barack Obama presidential library and museum

Academics ‘moderate’ students’ political views

16 Jun 2014

By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed

Fat-cat presidential pay tackled with job-share application

10 Jun 2014

By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed

Handgun permits held by ‘about 5 per cent’ of US university leaders

05 Jun 2014 | By

Around 5 per cent of US university presidents hold a permit to carry a concealed handgun, according to a survey of 401 college leaders.

Pathway providers hope for US bonanza Subscription

5 June 2014 | By

For-profit firms eye tie-ups with regional institutions ‘desperate’ to boost international intake

Academic freedom is being constricted, scholar says Subscription

5 June 2014 | By

Matthew Reisz talks to Sunaina Maira, editor of The Imperial University: Academic Repression and Scholarly Dissent

MLA mulls five-year completion target in PhD reform

28 May 2014 | By Colleen Flaherty

Colleen Flaherty reports for InsideHigherEd from the Modern Language Association conference 2014

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