Rebekah Mercer’s growing support for climate change denial movements threatens the storied museum’s credibility, the scientists say.
The Board released its email to a largely empty campus and terminated Ms. McKenna well before the start of the new academic
Higher education will always be an inefficient business with extraordinary fixed costs. But it has enough flexibility built
The fact is that, as the richest nation in the world at the richest point in our history, not only can we afford the current levels of Social Security protections, we can afford to greatly expand Social Security.
It's one of those questions that seems pulled from a final exam at the Harvard Business School but if you're a homeowner caught in the foreclosure wringer it's something worth thinking about.
There's a secret to the Nature Conservancy's success. Without it, our ambitious science-based conservation activities around the world would likely be much less successful.
What to do with alumni can be an especially difficult problem to address. Alumni connections to the college are less direct and immediate than that of parents. They are often spread out globally.
One president colleague always advised that every vice president should be asked for a resignation letter on the day that
One of the most interesting questions emerging from the crisis is whether institutions like Sweet Briar can change creatively and fast enough to survive in the 21st century.
Earlier this month Harvard University announced a $400 million donation to its engineering college, as part of a $6.5 billion fundraising goal for its comprehensive campaign.