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Chinese universities ax publication requirement for Ph.D.s

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Many think it's time for all universities to follow suit.

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Four of Ireland's 10 universities will be led by women

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Until last summer, no Irish university had been led by a woman. Next week, four of 10 universities will be led by women.

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Leading French university faces pressures on sexual assaults

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Sciences Po, a top French university, faces pressure on sexual assaults. Previous president didn't report allegations of incest against chair of governing board in the 1980s.

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Australian universities face turnover at the top

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Some university leaders are burned out -- and others want to travel to be closer to family members.

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Dutch research funder frozen by hack

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The organization has a budget of $1 billion and cannot pay a ransom to regain its files.

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Scholar studies metaphors used in Britain and Turkey for academics

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Are academics “pretentious fox terriers” or “bad dinner guests”?

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Higher education fears impact of coup in Myanmar

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Military takes action against its critics at universities. Scholars have been detained. Student was killed.

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English faculty and student groups object to free speech rules

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Government proposes system to assure free speech, but faculty and student groups object.

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British government estimates students lost to Brexit

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British government estimates that nation's universities will lose nearly two-thirds of their students from the European Union.

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Australian universities face challenge of closed borders

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Full reopening is not expected until 2022. Some fear for Australia's ability to recover pre-pandemic share of international students.

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