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May 16, 2019
Gordon College announces cuts to majors, consolidating history, philosophy and political science into a single department and eliminating stand-alone majors in chemistry, foreign languages, physics and other fields.

May 16, 2019
Webster U is looking into how it handled a harassment complaint against a game design instructor that a student says went unresolved.

May 16, 2019
As scrutiny of college prices and outcomes mounts, a new panel co-chaired by leaders of Gates Foundation and state-college group aims to examine the value of postsecondary credentials.

May 16, 2019
Experts question government decision to continue reserving 90 percent of preuniversity program places for Malay majority.

May 15, 2019
Historian at U of Minnesota "celebrates" tenure with a scathing critique of her governing board's recent actions against a building-renaming proposal. She says she couldn't have risked these statements without job security.

May 15, 2019
Data point to the intersection of race and class in who gets ahead educationally -- regardless of academic talent. Spoiler alert: it helps to be wealthy and white.

May 15, 2019
Student journalists at Transylvania University are up in arms after administrators took away their pay.

May 15, 2019
Frostburg State University: Ricky Arnold, the astronaut. Harper College, in Illinois: Martha Kanter, executive director of the College Promise Campaign. Merrimack College: Jeff Selingo, the author and journalist. Providence College: Steve Pemberton, chief human resources officer at Workhuman. University of Dubuque: Mark Ward, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty.

May 14, 2019
WPI wants associate professors to understand what's possible, and offer options that go beyond traditional research.

May 14, 2019
Muslim students who observe Ramadan have found themselves fasting during the most stressful time of the academic year. How are colleges helping them?

May 14, 2019
Obama-era rule requires colleges to disclose litigation and other possible indicators of financial instability to feds, with some college leaders complaining that the requirement is overly broad and confusing.

May 14, 2019
Artificial intelligence that reads journal articles and highlights key findings could help researchers stay on top of the latest research. But the technology isn’t ready for prime time.

May 14, 2019
Babson College Wiljeana Glover, technology, operations and information management Jonathan Sims, management Kenyon College

May 13, 2019
Move follows series of controversies in less than a year in office.

May 13, 2019
Most professors found to have violated Title IX policies don't share it with the world. This one did, as he resigned.

May 13, 2019
Students in residential college he has led said the law professor's decision to defend Harvey Weinstein was "trauma inducing." He also has a long record fighting for those incarcerated unfairly.

May 13, 2019
He had been accused of excessive spending, mistreating employees and destroying email records.

May 13, 2019
Agnes Scott College: Jordan Casteel, the artist. Beloit College: Ruth Hamilton, a lawyer at the Criminal Defense Practice at the Bronx Defenders. Grinnell College: Amy Tan, the author. Kalamazoo College: Ken Elzinga, the Robert C. Taylor Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia.

May 10, 2019
For first time, rates for freshmen at private colleges top 50 percent.

May 10, 2019
Harvard revokes emeritus status and retirement privileges from professor who was found to have harassed women for decades.

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