The 2013 Influence List
These individuals made their mark through the courts, through the power of an idea, through the act of writing an open letter, even in death.
Leaving the Ivory Tower
A Debate Over Unions
Colleges that oppose the unionization of part-time instructors are accused of violating the teachings of their own faiths.
Curiosity is curious, sometimes spurring us toward knowledge, sometimes stupefying us with the ostensibly unknowable.
In the News
The rapid growth in unanticipated findings from advanced medical tests, especially in genomics, has created challenges for scientists, said a White House advisory panel.
The sector's numbers were down 9.7 percent, compared to a 1.5-percent drop for colleges over all. Community colleges saw a decline of 3.1 percent.
- More Programs Would Fail Under New 'Gainful Employment' Proposal
- Federal Budget Deal Bodes Ill for Nonprofit Student-Loan Servicers
- New Data Show Articles by Women Are Cited Less Frequently
- Academic Job Openings Drop 6.6 Percent for Economics Ph.D.'s
- Departing Education Dept. Official to Teach at NYU
- Budget Deal Would Soften Next Round of Sequester Cuts