A leading scholar on college student homelessness and food insecurity, Sara Goldrick-Rab of Temple University, offers journalists seven tips for improving their coverage.
This collection of research looks at who on college campuses lacks access to food, especially health foods, and how going hungry can impact students' grades and mental health.
We spotlight research on working moms. Overall, the research suggests maternal employment has little impact on kid's behavior and academic achievement over the short term and may have long-term benefits.
We offer tips and research to help journalists scrutinize economic impact studies for projects such as sports stadiums, tourist attractions and public universities.
Community college students in Tennessee were 2.5 times more likely to complete an associate degree within two years if they had participated in dual enrollment during high school, a recent study suggests.
When research grant proposals are evaluated mainly on the credentials of the researcher, and not the proposal itself, there is a bias in favor of men.
Collection of scholarly literature and reports that focus on the dangers and impacts of hazing, with a focus on hazing-related deaths and injuries among U.S. colleges and universities.
Infants whose mothers lack a high school education are, in some states, more than twice as likely to die as those born to mothers with four years of college or more.
A new study finds that black and Hispanic faculty earn lower wages than white faculty. But the wage gap between male and female faculty is even larger.
This explainer helps journalists understand what DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is and how the program impacts local communities and undocumented immigrants.