Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.   chrome   firefox   ie   safari  
Today's announcement of a pilot program for Pell Grants to prisoners sparks bigger hopes:
Why Ph.D.s should be encouraged to pursue technology-related careers:
Colleges love to hate Blackboard. Why the company might sell for billions:
The recent shooting followed a ramping up of the University of Cincinnati's police force:
Scenes from Cincinnati, where a fatal shooting tests the ties between a university and a city:
One person responded to layoffs by placing the University of Akron "for sale" on Craigslist:
Cincinnati's president, known for his accessibility, is tested by the national spotlight:
Layoffs took effect at the U. of Akron this week, prompting protests and a fake Craigslist ad:
What is it about this Israeli university that makes it so enviable?
A college president's reputation for accessibility is tested by a police shooting:
Why an extra-credit question that went viral didn't do anybody any good:
Five myths about remedial education at community colleges:
While applications soared, Drexel instead looked more closely at yield and graduation rate:
Tips for brewing your own "epic finale" (in place of a final exam):
Are campus police officers "real" police officers? An answer to that and other questions:
How a viral video on race helped one student find his voice:
The Ex-Pimp Who Remade Black Culture:
Ways to turn a final exam into a memorable learning experience:
Theater filling up at U of Maryland for future of higher ed event w/ education secretary @arneduncan @chronicle
Retweeted by Chronicle
The $150-million question: Have you seen this study?
Why, for many scholars, activism is worth the risk:
You've read a lot about Donald Trump. You probably haven't read his Trump University blog:
How one history department is finding ways to work with less money:
Why one liberal-arts college intervened to diversify its faculty:
ICYMI: Here's what Texas institutions are paying to lure top cancer scientists from elsewhere:

Twitter Sign-in
We are going to send you to Twitter to authorize twiends.
Please note that we never tweet or follow people without your permission.