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July 11, 2018
University is supposed to abide by standards requiring honesty and integrity. But is it in compliance after revealing that its business school lied for years to get higher rankings? U.S. News also seeks more information.

July 10, 2018
Temple reveals that scandal over false information submitted for rankings of its online M.B.A. was much broader than earlier known. Dean, found to have dismantled system for checking accuracy of data, is ousted.

July 10, 2018
Facing a budget cut and clogged general education courses, Stephen F. Austin optimized its course schedule to add faculty lines that paid for themselves, and then some.

July 10, 2018
The university shut down its comprehensive sexual assault unit after complaints of mismanagement and potential retraumatization of survivors -- and experts question whether the model can be successful at all.

July 10, 2018
Authors discuss their new book that suggests most colleges can do more to diversify their faculties.

July 9, 2018
Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with a Marquette professor in a widely followed case involving academic freedom and professional responsibilities toward students.

July 9, 2018
Rapidly produced and highly topical digital humanities projects are challenging perceptions of the field.

July 9, 2018
An Education Department plan to begin cutting large debt collection firms out of the student loan system is on hold after Congress warned against move.

July 9, 2018
San Francisco State University students graduate at higher rates when they pass ethnic studies courses, but not everyone agrees on what this means.

July 9, 2018
Kevin Brockbank, acting president of Spokane Community College, in Washington State, has been named to the job on a permanent basis.

July 6, 2018
Concerns rise over enrollment and finances at the storied small liberal arts college in Ohio.

July 6, 2018
William Shatner unleashes on academics on Twitter after he criticizes librarians' recent decision to rename an award named after Laura Ingalls Wilder.

July 6, 2018
Critics of the NCAA say its new transfer rule will help players but is still quite flawed.

July 6, 2018
Many colleges used to wait for the official campaign launch to reveal the campaign target. No more.

July 5, 2018
Education and Justice Departments withdraw seven documents from Obama administration on race and admissions. DeVos urges educators to use Supreme Court decisions as a guide.

July 5, 2018
Former Ohio State athletes have accused GOP congressman Jim Jordan of not acting when they were sexually abused by a now-deceased team doctor.

July 5, 2018
Many colleges are embracing IT cloud services, but significant cost barriers remain for smaller institutions.

July 5, 2018
Senior theses are widely used to let students demonstrate what they've learned in undergrad, but the factors that lead to a high-quality product are not what you might expect, researchers say.

July 5, 2018
Country makes large investments in universities, but experts say cultural issues could limit progress.

July 3, 2018
New president's deep cuts and broad reorganization are unusual for higher ed, even for a university saddled with debt and a cabinet some saw as unwieldy.

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