Indiana's Commission for Higher Ed launched a new campaign this week to help more students graduate on time by encouraging them to take 15 credits per semester.
Academic leaders say a patent reform bill going before the Senate would cripple their ability to invest in new ideas.
Businesses and schools have cut part-time hours under 30 hours per week to avoid being required to pay for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is trying to change the way coaches manage the mental stresses their athletes face.
Rachael Fiege's friends did not call the police for several hours after she fell down a flight of stairs.
Purdue's newly built supercomputer is the fastest university-owned computer--a title Indiana University's Big Red II held when it was dedicated in April.
Ball State University will not renew its contract with seven schools in Gary, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Richmond for the 2013-14 academic year.
A budget proposed by Gov. Mike Pence gives higher education institutions a one percent funding increase, with funding based on performance the following year.
State Sen. Jim Banks introduced six bills that he says will reduce student's college tuition while holding universities accountable for the funds they receive.
Educators and counselors say sexual assaults often happen in settings where the victim would be unlikely or unable to use a gun in self-defense.