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October 8, 2019
Stanford University will no longer use leaves of absence as a "first resort" for students in crisis.

October 7, 2019
Wayne State University and other colleges in the region are seeking to boost graduation rates by forgiving outstanding balances of students who left without earning a degree.

October 7, 2019
Protests erupted after Glenn Boyce, who was involved in the search process, was appointed as the University of Mississippi’s new chancellor.

October 7, 2019
Legislation signed into law Friday will let community colleges draw from a state fund of nearly $500 million for emergency financial aid.

October 4, 2019
Days after California enacted a law allowing college athletes to sign endorsement deals, lawmakers in other states and in Congress threaten legislation to advance player compensation.

October 4, 2019
Non-tenure-track faculty members and allies urge UC Irvine to grant long-serving lecturer paid medical leave following brain surgery.

October 4, 2019
Author discusses his new book on business schools.

October 4, 2019
Conservatives likely to focus on "low-value" degrees.

October 3, 2019
Students at NYU and Rutgers are asking why professors who've been found to have behaved inappropriately with students were welcomed to campus this semester.

October 3, 2019
Faculty search committees take note: academic dishonesty extends to CVs, according to a new study.

October 3, 2019
Increased legal challenges place mounting pressure on universities' Title IX proceedings.

October 3, 2019
Texas A&M University system is the latest -- and one of the largest -- higher ed institutions to ban vaping and e-cigarette products on all campuses and other properties.

October 2, 2019
Roosevelt University plans to acquire Robert Morris University in Chicago as a shrinking market bears down on the private nonprofit institutions.

October 2, 2019
The accreditation system worked -- slowly -- for an unusual start-up college aimed at adult students, according to a case study by the American Council on Education.

October 1, 2019
Yale report finds no violation of academic freedom in the cancellation of a course on dissent at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Experts say the incident points to tensions surrounding academic freedom in countries with limited political freedoms.

October 1, 2019
For second time this year, federal court rules that University of Iowa breached group's First Amendment rights by de-registering it. This time, judge says individual administrators could be liable.

October 1, 2019
Claflin is not well-known outside South Carolina, but the liberal arts institution stands out among seven other HBCUs in the state and is raising its national profile.

October 1, 2019
Barnard College Elizabeth Ananat, economics Hana Worthen, theater Rebecca Wright, computer science University of Texas at San Antonio

September 30, 2019
California appeals court sides with professor in tenure-denial case, agreeing that San Francisco State retaliated against her for speaking out about bullying and possible discrimination.

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