5 examples of fraud that universities can learn from A report produced by the anti-corruption agency Transparency International exposed the extent of fraud in international higher education. (Times Higher Education) Recruiters Without Borders: Companies Scout Globally The third annual Global Employability Survey, designed and commissioned by the French education consulting firm Emerging and carried out by Read more

Draft Law School Reforms Could Have Broader Implications Increasing the information available about programs could benefit both undergraduates and law students. (U.S. News & World Report) College teaching assistant e-mails nude pics to class  The University of Iowa says it was an accident, and has asked students to delete images and take down tweets. (USA Today) Sued Over Read more

Just when you think university finances might be stabilizing — with the state pumping more money in to MnSCU this year — Minnesota State University – Moorhead has announced a $4.9 million budget deficit. And that means the university will offer early retirement to faculty members, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reports. (Clarification: MSU-Moorhead spokesman David Read more