The unexpected and rapid migration of college courses to digital platforms is bound to bring difficulties.
Universities and colleges have an obligation to their faculty, staff, students, as well as the larger communities they inhabit to slow the spread of disease.
What are universities' ultimate aims? Who do they serve? Do these answers have anything to say about college's investment portfolios?
Policy proposals from presidential candidates concerning higher education present very different views on the value of a college degree. What kind of good is it?
Rasmusen's role as educator complicates his right to expression as a private citizen. Legality points one way; morality may point another.
What might be the moral implications of our notation choices in academic research? Could the ongoing debate over footnotes or endnotes be a moral debate?
Recent reforms to college recruitment alter the traditional understanding of universities relationship to students.
Are fines an appropriate punishment when the wealthy attempt to purchase social, political, and economic advantage at others' expense?
The transition to an ebook market for college textbooks has important consequences for internet piracy and student debt.
Recent charitable gifts by billionaires to college graduates in debt highlight the complications that come from individuals trying to solve collective action problems.