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October 12, 2018
About three-quarters of all faculty positions are off the tenure track, according to new AAUP analysis. While many now work on multiyear contracts, their academic freedom remains of concern.

October 12, 2018
A new lawsuit against UW Madison calls into question whether students can participate in the campus sexual adjudication process without implicating themselves in criminal proceedings.

October 12, 2018
Beginning in January, the group will issue a "Seal of Excelencia" to colleges that meet a series of data-driven benchmarks on their commitment to ensuring that Latinx students succeed.

October 12, 2018
Six more institutions are following Georgia Tech’s lead and launching affordable online master’s degrees with edX.

October 11, 2018
Messages posted at Washington University in St. Louis point to a problem of anti-Asian racism, which students and others say is often ignored.

October 11, 2018
University of Delaware is changing its policies after a student was able to fool career-services platform Handshake and the institution with a blatantly fraudulent job posting.

October 11, 2018
As part of his push to be a leader on higher education policy, Senator Brian Schatz, a Hawaii Democrat, has made a signature issue of calling for access to a college education for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated students.

October 11, 2018
Authors discuss their new book about viewing colleges and universities as media institutions focused on winning over audiences.

October 11, 2018
Academics fear lack of support for research and for free expression.

October 10, 2018
Are we thinking about gender diversity in the sciences all wrong, or at least too simply? New paper proposes a multipronged approach to thinking about and encouraging this diversity, for the benefit of science as a whole.

October 10, 2018
Students love them, but many campuses are struggling to regulate scooters and are impounding them.

October 10, 2018
A second instructor at the University of Michigan declines to write a letter for a student to study in Israel, citing support for the boycott, and a first professor who refused to write a letter is disciplined. Meanwhile, Israel has detained and ordered the deportation of a U.S. student for her support for the boycott movement.

October 10, 2018
Students in California drafted a bill to urge publishers to reveal how their textbooks changed between editions. The students convinced lawmakers to adopt the legislation. But will publishers comply?

October 9, 2018
Gallup finds unusually large drop -- primarily but not exclusively among Republicans -- between 2015 and 2018.

October 9, 2018
University of Maryland's president was told about alleged abuse in the football program almost two years ago -- well before an athlete died. New reports include coaches working players until they vomited, mocking them and forcing them to watch grisly videos of animal deaths.

October 9, 2018
A Japanese café chain plans to spread among Ivy League and other top campuses, offering free coffee and tea in exchange for students' personal information and consent to be contacted by companies.

October 9, 2018
Author discusses her new book on classics and misogyny in the digital era.

October 9, 2018
Bennington College is starting an M.F.A. in public action. Clarkson University is starting an interdisciplinary bachelor's program in mathematical economics. College of New Jersey is starting an M.B.A. program.

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