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July 18, 2019
Florida legislation gives prosecutors the ability to bring charges against fraternity and sorority members who weren't present for hazing but helped plan it.

July 18, 2019
To help students majoring in artistic fields find employment after graduation without compromising their passions, Texas-Arlington develops unique concentrations with practical applications.

July 18, 2019
Author discusses new book on "breakout moves" for teaching at community colleges.

July 18, 2019
Calls are in response to moves by Hungary's government.

July 18, 2019
Anna Maria College has started an undergraduate major in digital and social media. Briar Cliff University is starting a master's degree in psychiatric mental health nursing. Emerson College and Franklin University, in Switzerland, have announced a joint B.A. in international and political communication.

July 17, 2019
Steven Pinker's aid in Jeffrey Epstein's legal defense renews criticism of an increasingly divisive public intellectual.

July 17, 2019
Lawmakers argue bipartisan bill would spur growth of income-share agreements by clarifying consumer protections. Skeptics say the agreements offer students a different kind of debt.

July 17, 2019
Business officers are becoming "very good friends" with the lawyers in their institutions as they wrestle with paying taxes in an uncertain environment.

July 16, 2019
Spending on outside lawyers jumped by $18 million in two years amid lawsuits.

July 16, 2019
At an annual meeting of supporters of the Second Chance Pell pilot program, many attendees focused on full reinstatement of federal aid for incarcerated students.

July 16, 2019
Professor discusses his new book on the joy of teaching undergraduates.
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July 16, 2019
North Carolina State is the first institution to face the NCAA regarding the corruption case that rocked college basketball two years ago. But will the association go after the institutions that earn it the most money?

July 15, 2019
A lawsuit from the parents of a murdered University of Utah student alleges that the institution's police force was biased by not taking action after their daughter reported continual stalking and abuse by her ex-boyfriend.

July 15, 2019
College’s IT system was attacked by hackers demanding $2 million in Bitcoin. Experts warn that other institutions are vulnerable to similar attacks.

July 15, 2019
Faculty members at the University of South Carolina passed a resolution calling for a new presidential search as the university's Board of Trustees may consider a secretive option.

July 15, 2019
Despite increasing growth of the Latinx student demographic, the number of Latinx presidents has stayed roughly the same for decades -- something many administrators hope can be addressed.

July 12, 2019
July 12, 2019 -- Inside Higher Ed’s 2019 Survey of College and University Business Officers was conducted in conjunction with researchers from Gallup. A copy of the report can be downloaded here. On Tuesday, Inside Higher Ed’s Doug Lederman and business officers from the College of Lake County and the Universities of Memphis and New England will discuss the survey at the annual meeting of the National Association of College and University Business Officers. More information on that session can be found here. On Tuesday, Aug. 6, at 2 p.m. Eastern, Inside Higher Ed editors will analyze the survey’s findings and answer readers’ questions in a free webcast. To register, please click here. The Inside Higher Ed survey of business officers was made possible in part by support from EY-Parthenon, Jenzabar, Laserfiche, Oracle and TouchNet.

July 12, 2019
Move to study systemwide faculty body could be a key development as Pennsylvania's four-year university system tries to build a structure where students have access to courses and programs at any university.

July 12, 2019
The number of Chinese students applying to U.K. universities surges by 30 percent.

July 12, 2019
New research shows more student borrowing is connected to greater academic success -- at least at community colleges -- and indicates reduced borrowing could lead to higher loan defaults.

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