A new Columbia University scholarship fund will cover education and living expenses for up to 30 students a year who have been displaced by wars and natural disasters.
The allegations in Zimmerman’s lawsuit are based largely upon a book and film released in September that claims the Martin case was a “hoax” built upon “witness fraud.”
Educators are seizing on this moment to teach about the rule of law, checks and balances, and leadership, connecting textbook lessons to events in newspapers and on television.
Child care is more expensive than in-state tuition at public universities in about 30 states.
A 23-year-old Florida man is facing federal charges after he tried to get the Islamic State to carry out an attack on deans at two colleges where he had been suspended or expelled, according to a federal complaint.
The final regulation will maintain a contentious provision requiring universities to allow cross-examination of those alleging sexual harassment or assault, people familiar with the matter say.
Former Boston College student Inyoung You, indicted on an involuntary manslaughter charge, pleaded not guilty, as both the prosecution and the defense released text messages they claimed bolstered their respective cases.
“His expressed views are stunningly ignorant,” an Indiana University provost said of economics professor Eric Rasmusen, “more consistent with someone who lived in the 18th century than the 21st.”
Franklin Tao, an engineering professor at the University of Kansas, is the latest academic of Chinese origin to face federal scrutiny.
A new movement has colleges adding second-language sections to courses.