The House education committee invited the leaders to testify about their institutions’ responses to allegations of antisemitism—and to demand that they take stronger action.
Legislators are optimistic about bipartisan support for the proposal, which would also increase grant amounts, but they’re keeping cognizant of a looming $4.3 billion budget gap.
Nondegree pathways are growing in popularity among high school graduates. A new report reveals a gap between students’ knowledge of available opportunities beyond a four-year degree and their interest in skills-based learning.
A new report from WGU Labs identifies common barriers for student success after graduation and offers four ideas for developing partnerships between colleges and universities and employers to address student needs.
A new website aggregates all available resources for students in New Jersey facing basic needs insecurity, including childcare support, food pantries and shelters.
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Censorship often comes from scientists themselves, driven by laudable motives, Musa al-Gharbi and Nicole Barbaro write.
In favoring applicants from elite private institutions, graduate programs in the humanities are shutting out talented students, Timothy Hampton writes.
Trust, change and culture: reflections on higher ed marketing trends from the biggest conference of the year.
In the whirlwind of developments regarding AI, we must move from anxiety to anticipation and preparation for what the future portends.
Robert Vitalis, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania, both defends the Palestine Writes conference that has been characterized as antisemitic and insists that his friends on the left grapple with the crimes committed by Hamas.
Social stressors can lead to many unwanted outcomes. In today’s Academic Minute, part of New York University Week, Adolfo G. Cuevas discusses one example.
Data can be very important, but they need to be correct. In today’s Academic Minute, part of New York University Week, Joseph Cimpian discusses how bad data can have big consequences.
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