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The U.S. Supreme Court Building on September 6, 2022, in Washington, DC.
The U.S. Supreme Court Building on September 6, 2022, in Washington, DC.
The U.S. Supreme Court Building on September 6, 2022, in Washington, DC.
The court will hear arguments in February on whether the Biden administration is legally able to forgive federal student loans. An injunction blocking the debt relief will remain in place.
An emblem representing diversity.
An emblem representing diversity.
An emblem representing diversity.
A new report underscores how faculty diversity and student success go “hand-in-hand” and asks, “Why are university faculties so white?”
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, speaks during the rally, in front of a screen that says "Freedom Lives Here."

Academic Freedom, Leadership, State Policy

Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, speaks during the rally, in front of a screen that says "Freedom Lives Here."
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, speaks during the rally, in front of a screen that says "Freedom Lives Here."
A search for a president at Florida Gulf Coast University and a provost at the University of South Florida both failed recently. Critics see the failures as fallout from Florida’s thorny politics.
A protester hoists a sign on stage next to smiling people in suits and dresses. The sign reads "Close the Doerr on Fossil Fuels."
A protester hoists a sign on stage next to smiling people in suits and dresses. The sign reads "Close the Doerr on Fossil Fuels."
A protester hoists a sign on stage next to smiling people in suits and dresses. The sign reads "Close the Doerr on Fossil Fuels."
Stanford’s new Doerr School of Sustainability is under fire for accepting money from fossil fuel companies, igniting a debate about the influence of the industry on climate research.

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A picture taken from behind the goalposts shows a soccer ball flying into the back of the net. The U.S. player who made the shot and the Iranian goalkeeper, on the ground, can be seen in the background.
A picture taken from behind the goalposts shows a soccer ball flying into the back of the net. The U.S. player who made the shot and the Iranian goalkeeper, on the ground, can be seen in the background.
A picture taken from behind the goalposts shows a soccer ball flying into the back of the net. The U.S. player who made the shot and the Iranian goalkeeper, on the ground, can be seen in the background.
In watching the World Cup in Qatar in a world rife with whataboutism, David S. Busch reflects on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s definition of intelligence.
An image of the eight book covers featured in this review.
An image of the eight book covers featured in this review.

Books and Publishing

First-Person Singular
An image of the eight book covers featured in this review.
Scott McLemee highlights forthcoming university press books of a more personal nature.

Career Advice

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The Conditionally Accepted logo, the word "accepted" in white font on a black background with an asterisk.
The Conditionally Accepted logo, the word "accepted" in white font on a black background with an asterisk.
Universities should recognize and reconsider the differential treatment they offer Global South students fleeing persecution, writes Isabella Aung.

Blogs

Confessions of a Community College Dean

December 2, 2022
Grad students teaching, the obvious answer to the Ohio State story, and The Girl humbles me.

Learning Innovation

December 1, 2022
A conversation with Charlotte Wang, lead learning facilitator.

Higher Ed Gamma

December 1, 2022
Corruption, fraud and academic misconduct aren’t isolated occurrences in colleges and universities. They’re products of misdirected academic structures, incentives and cultures.

Just Explain It to Me!

November 29, 2022
It’s the time of year when we look for any alternative to correcting student work.

 

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