Colleges Bring Campuses to Facebook

Times have changed in college admissions. Gone are the days when a prospective student could be targeted, contacted, and recruited all with a […]

The Best Internships

The summer before my senior year of college, I took a paid internship in NYC. I don’t remember what the job was supposed to […]

Pay of State University Presidents Holds Steady Despite Cuts

In a year in which state universities often absorbed sharp budget cuts and raised tuition, the salaries of the presidents of those institutions largely held steady, according to a survey by The Chronicle […]

Here, Tweeting Is a Class Requirement

Big consumer-products companies are going back to school.

Businesses including Sprint Nextel Corp., Levi Strauss & Co. and Mattel Inc. are sponsoring college classes and […]

Dean at For-Profit Kaplan Seeks to Raise Standards

Thomas Boyd, dean of Kaplan University’s School of Business and Management, is looking to polish the online school’s reputation.

Mr. Boyd, who was appointed last April, has since ushered in new strategies to […]

Stressed Out? Slack Off

Are slackers more adept at handling work-life stress than type-A go-getters?

A new study finds that may be the case. Those who cope with work-family conflict […]

The Environmentally Friendly M.B.A.

Environmentally conscious M.B.A. students are increasingly looking for more from their education than a patina of financial acumen and a degree that will […]

Dual-Degree Programs Are Gathering Steam

When it comes to academic innovation, Americans have long been accustomed to the traffic being mainly one way. From standardized testing to distance learning and alumni fund-raising, what happens on U.S. campuses […]