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Learning technology experiences and expectations infographic.

November 21, 2022
Technology-focused campus administrators should keep seven survey findings in mind when prioritizing efforts, as our infographic shows.

November 21, 2022
Starting Out California College of the Arts is starting a campaign to raise $123 million. Thus far, the campaign has raised $118 million. University of Nebraska system is starting a campaign to raise $3 billion. The system has raised $1.6 billion so far. Finishing Up
A group of Black students surround Myra Harris, a Black woman, and hold a sign reading "Welcome home Ms. Harris"

November 18, 2022
The Black Lives Matter protests inspired activists to demand the removal of controversial names from campus buildings. Many universities have established practices to guide them.
Virginia Foxx, an older white woman with white hair and glasses.

November 18, 2022
Oversight and lawsuits, not legislating, will be the goal.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

November 18, 2022
They extend Christmas breaks and resume online teaching as energy costs skyrocket.
A student in a red jacket walks across the campus of Morgan State University.

November 17, 2022
FBI officials identified a teenager who they say is responsible for the majority of bomb threats to HBCUs this year. Some HBCU leaders say the results of the investigation are long overdue.
Picketing workers hold signs saying "UAW on strike."

November 17, 2022
Adjuncts walk out indefinitely, demanding better pay and job security, among other changes. University of California strike continues.
Student working on laptop in library

November 17, 2022
The Education Department has left room for online colleges to innovate while maintaining eligibility for federal financial aid. But the lack of clarity carries some risk that colleges could run afoul of unarticulated rules.

November 17, 2022
Richard C. Daniel, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Education Forward Arizona, has been appointed president of South Mountain Community College, in Arizona.
Robert Breuder, an older white man wearing a business suit.

November 16, 2022
In 2015 College of DuPage trustees fired the president, refused to pay a $763,000 severance and dared him to file a lawsuit. He did. Now the college is settling for $4 million.
An autumn scene with orange and yellow leaves framing a building.

November 16, 2022
Eastern University says it will now hire LGBTQ employees, risking its membership in prominent group for Christian colleges.
Former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner, a Black woman, is blurry in the foreground. Behind her is a sign saying "Student debt," with the word "Debt" crossed out.

November 16, 2022
Calls for the extension intensified after a federal appeals court ruled against the administration, dealing another blow to the loan-forgiveness plan.
Students speed past a voting site at the University of Pittsburgh, a building with a sign that says "get out and vote" hung from its columns.

November 16, 2022
Preliminary exit data suggest high youth voter turnout—including strong student showings at campus polling sites—may have been instrumental in last week’s midterm results.

November 16, 2022
Starting Out Murray State University has launched the public phase of its Centennial Campaign to raise $100 million. The university has raised $52.5 million so far. Finishing Up Northern Kentucky University has raised $84.5 million in a campaign that started in 2019. The original goal was $75 million.
Students in a winter coats hold candles at a vigil.

November 15, 2022
Violence also visited the University of Idaho this weekend, leaving four students dead.
A huge crowd of striking student workers holding picket signs.

November 15, 2022
Some 48,000 graduate student workers, postdocs and researchers across the U of California are striking for a major pay increase. The pressure is on.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, a middle-aged Hispanic man with glasses and a goatee.

November 15, 2022
Eighth Circuit panel unanimously imposes preliminary injunction, ruling that states have standing and that the policy’s potential impact on state finances could be “irreversible.”
The facade of a building with the name Everest College near the roof line.

November 15, 2022
Data from the National Student Clearinghouse show that fewer than half of students attending an institution that closes transfer to another institution.

November 15, 2022
Bridgewater College will start a major in engineering next year. State University of New York at Morrisville has announced a new master’s degree in food and agribusiness.
A large crowd of students in graduation gowns and caps raise a variety of national flags in an arena.

November 14, 2022
International enrollment has largely recovered from a steep drop during the pandemic, according to a new report. But some numbers are still short of pre-pandemic levels.

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