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January 19, 2018
Student aid won't face immediate impact, but civil rights investigations are likely to halt. Research agencies are unlikely to review and act on grant proposals.

January 19, 2018
Buffalo State failed to investigate an alleged sexual assault or respond to a female athlete’s requests, the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights found. The conclusions reconfirm college's obligations to investigate off-campus incidents, the department's former civil rights chief says.

January 19, 2018
New study says economics textbooks underrepresent women in both real-life and imagined examples -- and that fixing that could help attract more women to the field.

January 19, 2018
Despite slow start, open-access digital scholarship publisher expects to publish first works this year.

January 19, 2018
NCAA president and Board of Governors had pledged to act quickly on recommendations to reform men's basketball after federal officials revealed a scheme to steer recruits to certain colleges in exchange for cash.

January 19, 2018
Mary Baldwin College is starting a bachelor of arts program in autism studies and applied behavior analysis. Northeastern University is starting a master of science in media advocacy. Rocky Mountain College is starting a doctor of occupational therapy program.

January 18, 2018
Ithaca College president's 2001 no-contest plea receives new scrutiny, even though she says she entered it under extreme circumstances and has been up front about her past.

January 18, 2018
That's the question disciplinary associations and academics are facing on conference interviews, which many departments are replacing with video.

January 18, 2018
An NCAA think tank will discuss the possibility of an associationwide policy on athletes who have committed sexual assault.

January 18, 2018
The academic blog “Monkey Cage” was once a hobby project of a handful of political scientists. Now it is part of The Washington Post. What’s changed?

January 18, 2018
The acknowledgments of a journal article can be worth reading.

January 17, 2018
Successful investor Bill Miller gives $75 million to philosophy at Johns Hopkins University, a move raising hopes for fund-raising for the humanities.

January 17, 2018
A new study says students don't feel confident they can find a job or succeed when they land one. 

January 17, 2018
A new report says that college students who grapple with their gender identity or sexual orientation often are in counseling the longest, but the top focus of counseling centers is anxiety and depression.

January 17, 2018
University of Rhode Island plans to use its library to broaden the reach of artificial intelligence.

January 17, 2018
Mark Byrnes, interim provost at Middle Tennessee State University, has been appointed provost and chief academic officer there. Ronald Elsenbaumer, special adviser to the president at the University of Texas at Arlington, has been selected as chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

January 16, 2018
The ABA has publicly posted reports on the accreditation status of more than 5 percent of the law schools it approves in the last 18 months, providing a window into the continued aftereffects of the law school bubble.

January 16, 2018
While policy makers push vocational education as an alternative to the bachelor’s degree, Utah Valley University does both as a dual-role community college and university that enrolls 37,000 students.

January 16, 2018
Column by author who is a feminist icon asks if she is a “bad feminist” -- and revives debate over whether a university inappropriately fired a noted novelist.

January 16, 2018
UT Austin says it will not accept funding from a foundation after concerns were raised about its connections to the Chinese Communist Party.

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