Meredith McQuaid, associate vice president and dean of International Programs at the University of Minnesota, tells the Minnesota Daily about postsecondary education in China: “It’s difficult for any non-American to figure out how this country runs higher education. … If a student said she wanted to study in America, it’s daunting for them to figure Read more

The state-run colleges and universities system says it needs to dramatically expand the number of four-year degrees it produces in the Twin Cities metro area, according to a report released at this week’s meeting of MnSCU trustees. St. Paul-based Metropolitan State University is the only MnSCU university in the Twin Cities. It has an enrollment Read more

NYU Faculty Say Executive Perks Such As Second-Home Loans Are Part Of Troubling Pattern Jim Uleman, a psychology professor and chair of the faculty senators from the College of Arts and Science, called the perks “fairly outrageous.” (The Huffington Post) Generation Dropout: Millennials Joining the Workforce Are Less Educated Than Retiring Boomers The U.S. is the only Read more