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July 11, 2019
Alaska isn't the only place facing deep cuts to public funding. The University of Puerto Rico's annual appropriation has fallen by $333 million over three years.

July 11, 2019
Education Department official describes the administration's philosophy on accountability in higher education and agrees with fellow panelists on states' overreliance on federal funding.

July 11, 2019
An Indiana University lecturer is facing social media backlash after accusations she verbally abused a mentally disabled employee at a local McDonald's.

July 11, 2019
A University of Maryland student has drafted a report showing how the state's flagship institution isn't accessible for students with physical disabilities.

July 11, 2019
Universities adopt mixture of academic credential and vocational certificates.

July 10, 2019
The University of Alaska's accreditor warns that unprecedented funding cuts could threaten the system's status.

July 10, 2019
Texas will become the second state to require high school seniors to submit an application for federal student aid, a step that higher ed researchers say is linked to college enrollment.

July 10, 2019
Colleges and universities have started using unique approaches to raise awareness among students of cybersecurity threats.

July 9, 2019
As Education Department opens investigations into whether universities complied with law requiring federal reporting of foreign gifts and contracts, colleges call for more clarity on what the law requires.

July 9, 2019
Arizona State is building a blockchain-powered platform to share student records between community colleges and universities. Will other institutions embrace it?

July 9, 2019
A diverse group of colleges in Colorado Springs crosses sectors by teaming up to form a student consulting firm with a local focus.

July 9, 2019
Calls for expulsion for a Texas A&M student who used racial slurs in a video gone viral on campus -- only the latest incident to be caught on social media.

July 8, 2019
Lawmakers consider expanding Pell Grants to short-term job training, with backing from community colleges and business groups, while critics question the payoff for short-term programs.

July 8, 2019
California's private colleges and universities could all be forced to move to time-card system for adjuncts -- unless a legislative fix is successful.

July 8, 2019
Struggling to keep up with technology challenges, Washtenaw Community College plans to pay a third party to manage all of its IT functions. The decision has drawn criticism from faculty and staff members.

July 8, 2019
A federal judge stopped UVA from having a hearing that may have resulted in a student not receiving his degree for an alleged rape. The court questioned whether the university had jurisdiction since it happened off campus and was against a nonstudent.

July 5, 2019
Southern California will pay a large settlement to UC San Diego after a lawsuit alleging an Alzheimer's researcher illegally planned to take employees, data and research funding to USC.

July 5, 2019
Rick Snyder, who oversaw the response to Flint's water crisis, backs out of his research fellowship at Harvard's Kennedy School amid backlash.

July 5, 2019
Author in her new book discusses the challenges colleges, particularly religious institutions, face in mitigating sexual assault.

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