Richard Lyon's visionary plan for the future of innovation at Berkeley.
Some of the world's most prestigious universities aren't in America.
While we often criticize the humanities for not providing an education that leads directly to employment, one philosopher argues they have an even more important role to play in our societies.
A study reveals the unexpected financial benefits of joining a fraternity.
A Midwestern university has created a first-of-its-kind program in medicinal plant chemistry that focuses on marijuana.
A paper argues that the younger generation is no better at technology and multitasking than older people.
As a society we place a high value on the practical nature of science and business degrees. But what about the practical nature of the humanities?