Many colleges and universities in Florida have announced they would close as Hurricane Michael is expected to hit the beach areas.
Vera Camden, an English professor at the Kent State University, is offering a course on #MeToo movement with ten students on the roll this semester.
The U.S. Department of Education has given a $1.1 million grant to the University of North Carolina to address the shortage of Indian administrators in state schools.
Portland State University is offering free services to people who identify as transgender to help them develop the desired communication style.
University of New Hampshire School of Law is offering the first-ever professional certificate in sports wagering and integrity.
Leaders and representatives of Asian-American communities have announced a mass rally in Boston against Harvard University for "discriminating" against Asians in its admission process.
The University of California has received a grant of $4.9 million from the U.S. Department of Education to develop free and open textbooks for career-technical education (CTE) fields.
An anonymous donor has given $600,000 to Colorado Mesa University’s geosciences program for field research, field trip and scholarships.
Across the United States, Williams College has the most beautiful campus in the fall, according to College Consensus, a college ranking website.
For the first time in the history of a public institution, the University of Michigan has raised a record $5 billion in its Victors for Michigan fundraising campaign.