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April 9, 2019
2U adds boot camps to its offerings of online graduate degrees and courses with $750 million acquisition of Trilogy.

April 8, 2019
Amid turmoil at Western Kentucky, a provost and dean leave their positions.

April 8, 2019
Trustees shift away from emphasis on finding a partnership.

April 8, 2019
Colleges recruit presidential contenders to speak -- and don't do much to make sure their talks don't turn political.

April 8, 2019
A legal dispute over video captions continues after court rejects requests by MIT and Harvard University to dismiss lawsuits accusing them of discriminating against deaf people.

April 8, 2019
Carroll University, in Wisconsin: Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales. Central State University: Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II, a pastor, social justice advocate, author and former president of the North Carolina Chapter of the NAACP. Delaware College of Art and Design: Catherine Quillman, the artist and writer.

April 5, 2019
Wheeling Jesuit eliminates all majors in liberal arts, keeping pre-professional programs and athletics. Many tenured professors are losing jobs.

April 5, 2019
A Duke U Ph.D., now a professor at U of Oklahoma, wants to know why a professor at Duke facing multiple harassment allegations -- including hers -- was honored by the university and on her former department's social media.

April 5, 2019
After debate over free college defined 2016 Democratic primary campaign, South Bend, Ind., mayor is the second Democratic presidential candidate to take a stand against the idea.

April 5, 2019
University leaders condemn hotline set up for complaints.

April 5, 2019
Alma College: Michigan lieutenant governor Garlin Gilchrist II. American Public University: Lieutenant General (retired) Michelle D. Johnson.

April 4, 2019
An appointed federal panel reaches consensus to loosen restrictions on accreditors and online learning. Some of those not on the panel see student protections shrinking.

April 4, 2019
A former professor at University of the Arts says he was terminated without a hearing after a biased investigation based on allegations that he greeted one colleague at a meeting with a kiss and mistakenly gave another a hotel room key instead of a business card.

April 4, 2019
Panelists say Turkish government pressure is the likely explanation for why Columbia called off a forum at the last minute. Columbia says there were irregularities in the planning process and that several institutes had withdrawn their support.

April 4, 2019
A growing number of colleges and employers are working together to better use labor-market data in postsecondary training. Two experts discuss what's possible and what's needed.

April 4, 2019
A University of Hartford drama student "got into his character" while he was preparing for a project and repeatedly stabbed two classmates, police say.

April 4, 2019
Barnard College: Viola Davis, the actress. Bates College: Jennifer Doudna, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who is the co-inventor of the gene-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas9.

April 3, 2019
Hottest field for new faculty hires over the past year is health professions, as some 1,410 new assistant professors picked up jobs, according to new data from CUPA-HR.

April 3, 2019
As Dream Center collapses, Trump administration's oversight of massive for-profit college deal under scrutiny. Critics ask why more protections weren't sought after purchase of Argosy and Art Institutes chains.

April 3, 2019
A new analysis from PEN America disputes lawmakers' characterization that free expression on college campuses has reached disaster level.

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