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December 8, 2017
What can a crowdsourced survey of sexual harassment in academe tell us about the problem?

December 8, 2017
Graduates with math degrees fare well on the job market, but a greater share of students leave the major than any other, new federal data show. Are those students making a bad choice?

December 8, 2017
Tensions between board and president boil over with trustee resignations at Saint Rose.

December 8, 2017
After a student’s death following a fraternity party, and the subsequent suspension of Greek life, Florida State’s president has stopped serving alcohol at functions he hosts and is asking faculty and staff not to serve alcohol at on-campus holiday parties.

December 8, 2017
A lecturer at Clemson lives in the same house he lived in as a doctoral candidate. But his thrifty spending habits have put him on track to donate $2 million to create a scholarship fund.

December 7, 2017
A professor is set to challenge his termination over sexual harassment next week as another across the country was placed on leave. On yet another campus, students celebrate the recent departure of a professor found to have committed misconduct.

December 7, 2017
Faculty and student groups pushed against proposal from Oakland Athletics to build new ballpark on college property. And their board listened.

December 7, 2017
A lawsuit against Howard University claims that it knew of multiple reports of sexual assault against certain students but did not remove them from campus.

December 7, 2017
Author discusses his new book about disability and higher education -- a work that is highly critical of academe.

December 7, 2017
Max Planck is latest European institution to embrace hiring strategy that limits certain openings to female candidates.

December 6, 2017
Scholars push for free access to online citation data, saying they need and deserve access to the reference data they helped create.

December 6, 2017
Key area of concern is House plan to tax tuition waivers, which some have said would make it impossible for them to afford to stay in their programs.

December 6, 2017
Once a large for-profit institution, DeVry is now being handed over to a company that runs a small college with 600 students. Experts see the move as a sign of the times.

December 6, 2017
New book looks at “who changes, how much and into what” with influx of Chinese students into U.S. universities and at the underground learning networks students cultivate.

December 6, 2017
Bucknell University Marcellus Andrews, economics Michelle Oswald Beiler, civil and environmental engineering Paul Botelho, music Claire Campbell, history Kevin Gilmore, civil and environmental engineering Will Kerber, chemistry Khalil Saucier, Africana studies Nate Siegel, mechanical engineering Prairie State College, in Illinois

December 5, 2017
Colby took a campaign public after just a year in the silent phase, and it hasn’t emphasized its end date. That strategy reflects changes in what colleges hope to accomplish and whom they hope to reach with large fund-raising efforts.

December 5, 2017
Using a database of 750 cases of research fraud from around the world, professors examine fraud as a phenomenon, tracing its history and trajectory and looking at what can be done about it.

December 5, 2017
In a shift away from traditional publishing models, Cengage introduces an all-you-can-read subscription offer for digital course materials.

December 5, 2017
The organization has received a donation from the National Football League, which is trying to end a protest movement by many black players.

December 5, 2017
Nazi-style posters and images at Southern Methodist are the latest examples of white nationalists feeling bolder at colleges and universities.

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