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Institutions find success by developing online programs in-house rather than outsourcing

As concerns about outsourcing ring out across online education, several institutions have carved out niches by developing in-house capacity that resembles OPM functions.

Harvard revokes emeritus status and retirement privileges from professor who harassed women for decades

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Harvard revokes emeritus status and retirement privileges from professor who was found to have harassed women for decades.

What will become of neuroscience at Montana State?

Professors on campus say the university plans to turn a research-rich department into a more general biology-focused premed feeder school.

With their industry under scrutiny, OPM leaders ponder their role

Leaders of companies colleges hire to take academic programs online discuss their role, the scrutiny they're facing and why we should call them something other than OPMs.

Brown University and others consider lessons of its open curriculum, now 50 years old

Educators from the university and elsewhere consider whether innovation is still possible in liberal arts education.

Study: When it comes to research output, where Ph.D.s get hired matters more than where they trained

New study of computer scientists says that when it comes to research output, where Ph.D.s get hired matters more than where they trained.

Notre Dame and Holy Cross partner for pipeline from bachelor's to online data science master's

Bachelor's students at Holy Cross can enroll simultaneously in a data science master's program at Notre Dame. Administrators see such collaborations as integral to the future of traditional colleges.

Archaeology group faces backlash over how it handled known harasser's attendance at meeting

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Society for American Archaeology faces major backlash over how it handled a known harasser's attendance at its annual meeting.

Stevens Point abandons controversial plan to cut liberal arts majors including history and foreign languages

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Wisconsin campus that became the poster child for gutting liberal arts disciplines won't make those cuts after all.

Henry Reichman discusses his new book on the future of academic freedom

Henry Reichman discusses his new book on the future of academic freedom, in which he argues that that future "is up to us."

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