Faculty & Staff
Leadership & Policy
Temple Business School Dean Forced Out Over Falsified Data
PHILADELPHIA — The dean of Temple University’s business school has been forced out over falsified data submitted to rankings organizations about its online master’s program. Temple President Richard Englert said in an email to the university community that Moshe Porat was asked to resign on Monday. Porat refused, but the university said he no longer […]
July 10, 2018
Enrollment Up 24 Percent at College on Navajo Nation
Enrollment is up at the country’s first tribally controlled college.
October 8, 2015
U.S. News & World Report Sells Magazines, Higher Ed Goes into Despair
Not No.1 or No. 2? Forget About the Rankings Nonsense
September 13, 2015
Obama Promotes Online Research Tool with College-Specific Data
President Barack Obama on Saturday debuted a redesigned online tool with college-specific information about student costs, loans and potential earning power.
September 13, 2015
New Analysis Calls for Increased Scrutiny of Accrediting Agency
The analysis states that, while ACICS’ performance is worse than that of its peers, its problems are “emblematic of larger structural flaws that exist in this national accreditation space.”
September 8, 2015
U.Va. Dean Sues Rolling Stone Over Debunked Gang Rape Story
A University of Virginia associate dean sued Rolling Stone magazine on Tuesday for more than $7.5 million, saying a debunked account of an alleged gang rape on campus cast her as the “chief villain.”
May 12, 2015
Study Ranks State-based Job Markets for College Grads
Researchers at Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce analyzed state labor markets and ranked the 50 states by the frequency of job openings per college-educated worker.
April 7, 2015
‘Draft Framework’ of new college ranking system for something other than football revealed
How will your school stack up in terms of providing access to low-income students? Academic outcomes? Will the rankings even be fair?
December 21, 2014
Moody’s: Colleges Charging More, Keeping Less
Bond-rating company says higher education revenue growth at a 10-year low.
November 18, 2014
Foreign Students and the U.S. Higher Education Admissions Market
The fact is that American colleges and universities are doing a miserable job at recruiting students that they would welcome and who would add tremendous value to the campus community.
October 14, 2014
HSI Advocates Question Relevancy, Accuracy of College Ratings Systems
Though the administration has said that its proposed ratings system will be designed to reward institutions that successfully serve minorities and low-income students, representatives from HSIs nevertheless expressed some misgivings about the plan.
October 7, 2014
Special Focus: Hispanic Heritage Month
This issue contains a special focus on Hispanics in higher education in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. We highlight the top universities for graduating Hispanic students in bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.
September 25, 2014
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