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June 11, 2021
Some professors say the university is pursuing a civics literacy requirement against the will of the faculty and in so doing giving students the wrong message.

June 11, 2021
Texas Woman's University plans to hire two additional presidents to lead the soon-to-be-independent institutions in Dallas and Houston.

June 11, 2021
A tenured professor in Hawaii is at risk of being terminated through a decision by the Legislature.

June 11, 2021
The Caring Campus Initiative launched as a national effort to coach community college faculty and staff members on how to better connect with students. The pandemic forced participating campuses to foster a sense of belonging for students online.

June 11, 2021
He says campuses “have suffered attrition of range and depth, loss of interdisciplinary exchange, leading in too many cases to a degradation of the very scholarship and teaching for which they were established.”

June 10, 2021
Community colleges continued to see the largest enrollment declines this fall, with 9.5 percent fewer students enrolled. Experts say two-year colleges have focused on retaining existing students this year.

June 10, 2021
Colleges and universities are increasing wages for their lowest-paid employees.

June 10, 2021
UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design launches new pilot graduate fellowship program providing free tuition to students pursuing social justice-oriented careers.

June 10, 2021
College athletics stakeholders want Congress to pass a federal law allowing student athletes to make money while they participate in college sports -- and they want it done by July 1.

June 10, 2021
Excelsior College is starting a master of science in organizational leadership with an emphasis in technology and data analytics. Millikin University is starting a new major in multimedia communications.

June 9, 2021
More than a dozen states considered or passed legislation targeting critical race theory this year. How has this academic concept become so politicized?  

June 9, 2021
Professors at the University of Chicago pay tribute to slain Ph.D. student's ideas by defending his dissertation.

June 9, 2021
As corporate America begins embracing multiyear interim executives, so too does higher education.

June 9, 2021
Scholar discusses his book on “old South rhetoric at Southern universities.”

June 9, 2021
Melissa N. Gonzalez, president of Houston Community College-Southeast, in Texas, has been appointed as president of Lone Star College-Kingwood, also in Texas.

June 8, 2021
On the first of five days of comment hearings, speakers advocated for and against changes to the Title IX regulations made by former secretary of education Betsy DeVos.

June 8, 2021
Historically Black colleges and universities are forgiving students’ debts with the hopes of alleviating some of the financial strains of the pandemic and possibly providing them more financial freedom in the future.

June 8, 2021
Hamilton College takes conversations about race to the pages of its alumni magazine.

June 8, 2021
A report exploring the impact of the pandemic on the future of online learning suggests many campus leaders want to offer increased flexibility in teaching modality to students. How they will achieve this goal remains to be seen.

June 8, 2021
Moravian College Michael Bertucci, chemistry Paulette Dorney, nursing and public health Janice Farber, nursing and public health Louise Keegan, rehabilitation sciences Kara Mosovsky, biological sciences Santa Clara University

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