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May 11, 2018
Report finds that attacks on educational institutions and their students and employees appear to be on the rise.

May 11, 2018
Federal task force releases "roadmap" for alternative federal system for apprenticeships, with calls for more industry involvement and criticism of higher education. But questions remain about how the new system would work.

May 11, 2018
Participation in program that lets international students with STEM degrees work in the U.S. for up to three years after graduation grows by 400 percent in eight years. With the rapid growth has come new scrutiny.

May 11, 2018
Life of the Party, the newest Melissa McCarthy movie, fails to capture any of the struggles of an adult learners, though it's full of sophomoric laughs.

May 10, 2018
After a Duke University administrator complained about rap music being played at a campus coffee shop, two baristas working their shifts were let go, inspiring campus -- and national -- ire.

May 10, 2018
AAUP says University of Nebraska-Lincoln violated Courtney Lawton's academic freedom when it ended her teaching appointment over a high-profile political dispute on campus.

May 10, 2018
Department offers few details in release of regulatory agenda, and some say review may be as much symbolic as substantive.

May 10, 2018
Researchers in machine learning, a field in which journals are generally open, vow not to read, submit or review for Nature Machine Intelligence, which will charge subscription fees.

May 10, 2018
William J. Behre, provost at Georgian Court University, in New Jersey, has been selected as president of Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. John Caron, associate dean of the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, in Maryland, has been named provost at Endicott College, in Massachusetts.

May 10, 2018
Incident adds to anger over how white people -- on campuses and in society -- view non-white people.

May 9, 2018
Computer science students on a number of campuses complain that their departments can't meet demand. Their professors are also stressed. But experts say there is no clear fix for nationwide shortage of computer science faculty.

May 9, 2018
A new analysis sheds light on the need to help students who are 75 percent of the way toward a degree but are at risk of dropping out.

May 9, 2018
As final plan for "new liberal arts" is prepared, many students and faculty members fear for disciplines and their own futures at the college.

May 9, 2018
Buffalo State College of the State University of New York: JoAnn Falletta, music director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Virginia Symphony Orchestra.

May 8, 2018
Four-fifths of the money approved by Education Department to help students from Puerto Rico went to those on the mainland. And critics say new pot of money has application process that will disadvantage island universities.

May 8, 2018
Syracuse challenges a former adjunct instructor's assertion that he was dismissed for defending students' right to offensive speech. He hasn't taught there since 2015, the university says.

May 8, 2018
An increasing number of universities are ending, or threatening to end, bundled journal subscriptions with major publishers.

May 8, 2018
The mother of a former standout Duke basketball player blasts the association in shocking remarks at Knight Commission meeting.

May 8, 2018
Indiana University at Kokomo Paul Cook, English Yan He, librarian Tara Kingsley, education Lance Mason, education Niki Weller, sociology Purdue University Northwest Taryn Eastland, nursing Janet Garwood, nursing Wei He, management and strategy University of Kansas

May 8, 2018
Top court in Massachusetts rules that colleges and professors in some cases may be sued for failing to prevent students from killing themselves.

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