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March 29, 2005
Theft of computer with Berkeley graduate students' names and ID numbers is latest in rash of campus incidents.

March 29, 2005
Two universities work together to try to save a doctoral degree in audiology that one of them abandoned as a money loser.

March 29, 2005
Annual data from the Census Bureau point to continuing disparities in degrees.

March 29, 2005
The arrest of a Grinnell student shows that yesteryear's silly prank can be today's felony.

March 29, 2005
The percentage of students who try to kill themselves may be increasing, a new study suggests.

March 29, 2005
Israeli officials have announced plans to create a new university in the Galilee, according to Ha'aretz. The new university will bring together several colleges in the region, and is being financed in part with a $100 million gift from Arnon Milchan, the Israeli-born Hollywood producer.Chinese officials are cracking down on a popular university Web site, the Associated Press reports. The government is limiting who can have

March 28, 2005
Two higher education groups have jointly developed a model agreement for public colleges and universities to use in creating relationships with affiliated foundations. Topics covered include fund raising responsibilities, endowment and records management, and paying for fund raising costs. The agreement is being issued a time that several college foundations have faced demands that they release more information to the public.

March 28, 2005
As experts on academic freedom weigh in on the latest developments, controversial professor says he won't cooperate with new investigation.

March 28, 2005
Changes in federal policy in the 1990s led students to take on more debt, but higher post-graduation salaries helped them start repaying the funds.

March 28, 2005
Early decision applications continue to rise at competitive colleges -- and colleges continue to see more applications from women.

March 28, 2005
Virginia Commonwealth reacts as a Muslim scholar's controversial activism brings threats.

March 28, 2005
Three years after president questioned its role, university announces a new approach to the field -- while keeping existing program.

March 25, 2005
In Florida, legislation advances against "leftist totalitarian professors," while Columbia president frames debate on faculty rights and responsibilities.

March 25, 2005
The Colorado professor's controversial speech won't cost him his tenured job. Plagiarism allegations still might.

March 25, 2005
Graduate instructors at Michigan take a day off to force concessions at the bargaining table. University officials are unfazed.

March 25, 2005
Princeton's president offers her views on women and science and we compare her speech on the topic to Larry Summers's.

March 25, 2005
New Georgetown policy on pay for contract workers ends 9-day student protest.

March 25, 2005
Financial difficulties force the American Association for Higher Education -- a key voice on assessment and faculty issues -- to disband.

March 24, 2005
The U. of California is considering a policy that might make part-time faculty careers -- before and after tenure -- more viable than ever before.

March 24, 2005
A few weeks after ending study abroad program in Spain for practical and political reasons, a community collegereverses itself.

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