The University of Strathclyde’s multi-million pound Power Networks Demonstration Centre (PNDC) has moved a step closer to completion following the appointment of Dr Iliana Portugues as Operations Director.
Citizens United v. FEC, the controversial U.S. Supreme Court case that helped proliferate Super PACs, did more than change the funding model of U.S. elections, says University of Virginia law professor Dan Ortiz.
University presidents are among the most highly compensated leaders in education, but the qualities that make a great college leader are not well understood, University of Virginia law professor Jeffrey O'Connell and his brother, Thomas O'Connell, write in a new book, "Five 20th Century College Presidents: From Butler to Bok (Plus Summers)."
Evangelist Jeremy Frazor will be speaking for our Opening Exercises on Aug. 27 & 28. Both services will be webcast.
Oscar Pistorius will be honoured by the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow this Autumn following a year of outstanding sporting success.
Car insurance looked very different when University of Virginia law professor Jeffrey O'Connell first began studying it in the 1960s. It was expensive for policyholders, and 45 percent of seriously hurt accident victims weren't compensated at all.
The University is hosting two Open Days for prospective students on Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 September.
Rebecca Vallas '09, a staff attorney with the nonprofit Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and a former Skadden Fellow, will deliver the Class of 2015 orientation address at the University of Virginia School of Law.
The popular narrative surrounding David Petraeus’ affair reflects a sexist double standard — one that is quick to forgive men and eager to blame women for transgressing the sexual boundaries of matrimony, Binghamton’s Leigh Ann Wheeler writes in the Times-Unio
An East Yorkshire nature reserve celebrates a rare breeding success after two otter cubs are spotted with their mother.