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A group of students in lab coats conducting research at Howard University.
Nov 02, 2022
Some historically Black colleges and universities experienced record research funding this fiscal year. It’s a hopeful sign to a group of HBCUs seeking R-1 status.

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November 2, 2022
Some historically Black colleges and universities experienced record research funding this fiscal year. It’s a hopeful sign to a group of HBCUs seeking R-1 status.
October 27, 2022
As Chaucer studies grapples with one of the most widely noted discoveries in the field in years, Richard Utz wonders, will it do to say anything more about Chaucer?
October 26, 2022
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, are on a multidisciplinary mission to determine why people feel hatred.
October 24, 2022
A new report from the College Board finds tuition holding steady, with minimal increases. But given rampant inflation, experts wonder how long institutions can keep prices down.
October 19, 2022
Universities should ban fossil fuel industry funding for research on climate change and energy, Jake Lowe and Connor Chung write.
September 19, 2022
Altmetrics track how scholarly works are discussed, shared, read and reused online. Such real-time feedback may especially matter for underrepresented and early-career researchers, though the metrics have limitations.
September 13, 2022
The CHIPS and Science Act, signed into law last month, provides broad opportunities for higher education, Jeremy Greenwald Wolos and Steven C. Currall write.
September 12, 2022
The White House painted an incomplete economic picture of its new policy for free, immediate access to research produced with federal grants. Will publishers adapt their business models to comply, or will scholars be on the hook?
August 30, 2022
Study finds that male-female research teams produce more innovative, impactful research than all-male or all-female teams, and the more gender-balanced the diverse teams are, the better.
August 26, 2022
White House mandates free, immediate public access to government-funded research. Many open-access advocates celebrate the decision, but some scholars wonder who will fund the policy.

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