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August 26, 2019
Sociologist says journal dismissed her paper because she'd shared it elsewhere as a preprint -- even though the publication had a pro-preprint policy. How often does this happen?

August 26, 2019
Kirkwood Community College announces that a professor sympathetic to antifa and critical of evangelical Christians won't be teaching this year, due to safety concerns.

August 26, 2019
The popular Netflix documentary series portrays community college football teams as the last stop for athletes hoping to play at four-year institutions or to go pro.

August 26, 2019
The University of Wyoming is looking far and wide for a new president and is taking unconventional steps to receive input.

August 23, 2019
With a rising number of "secret" presidential searches that leave faculty members jilted, some point to the use of search firms as the cause of the troubles.

August 23, 2019
Kansas professor faces federal fraud charges for allegedly failing to disclose a full-time appointment at a Chinese university held while receiving government research grants. The indictment comes amid rising tension over Chinese scholars and security.

August 23, 2019
Europe and Japan differ from the U.S. and China on potential risks.

August 23, 2019
Alverno College is starting a doctorate in education. Berkshire Community College is starting a certificate in cannabis cultivation, retail and outreach. Cornell College, in Iowa, is starting a low-residency M.F.A. in creative writing.

August 22, 2019
Two Virginia universities announced ambitious expansions when Amazon selected its second headquarters. Nine months on, Virginia Tech has made more progress than George Mason in securing funding.

August 22, 2019
Students who attended college but didn't earn a credential were more likely to hold a job and earned more than their peers who stopped at high school, new research finds.

August 22, 2019
Two MIT researchers resign from the Media Lab over its ties to Jeffrey Epstein.

August 22, 2019
Author argues in new book that conservatives have abused the concept of free expression on college campuses.

August 22, 2019
Education Department says it will grant automatic loan forgiveness to disabled veterans -- a step that had been urged by Democrats and state attorneys general.

August 21, 2019
Columbia, Stanford and Chicago law will charge more than $100,000 to attend in the 2019-20 academic year, but passing that benchmark won't hurt their popularity, experts say.

August 21, 2019
Author discusses his new book on what they never taught you about college teaching.

August 21, 2019
The popular career services platform is now available to any student with a .edu email address -- and that's changing how career services are provided at many colleges and universities.

August 21, 2019
Michael Alexander, director of the School of Music at the University of Northern Colorado, has been selected as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay.

August 20, 2019
What do you need to know about this year's freshmen? Consult the list.

August 20, 2019
Pew survey finds majority of Republicans continue to hold negative views of impact of higher ed -- a development that began before the election of President Trump.

August 20, 2019
Former members of the advocacy nonprofit say that it's not inclusive and lacks transparency. Its leader says there's room for other voices and groups in science's antiharassment movement.

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