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February 12, 2020
Binghamton University hopes to expand its national profile with a new baseball stadium paid for by an anonymous donor.

February 12, 2020
Survey finds increases in international applications and first-time international enrollments at U.S. graduate schools last fall. But looking ahead to this fall, uncertainties abound.

February 12, 2020
Despite the presumption that endowments are a four-year college's game, community colleges have made significant gains in fundraising over the years.

February 12, 2020
Starting Off Bowdoin College has started a campaign to raise $500 million by 2024. The college has already raised $300 million. Financial aid is a major focus. Raising the Goal

February 11, 2020
Administration touts major boost in spending for career and technical education, but proposed cuts to student aid and core research programs draw colleges' ire.

February 11, 2020
UC Santa Cruz grad assistants strike for a living wage in their tough rental market, but the university says its hands are tied due to union contract.

February 11, 2020
A pilot program in California will pay students to participate in public service as part of their degree. Given the administrative burden, will it be possible to scale?

February 11, 2020
Concordia University in Portland, Ore., announced it will be closing at the end of the spring semester. While the university had grown its graduate enrollment, it cited the changing nature of higher education as a reason for its closure.

February 11, 2020
Muhlenberg College is starting master's programs in applied analytics and organizational leadership. New School is starting a master's degree in music for performers and composers. Ohio Wesleyan University is starting a major in quantitative economics.

February 10, 2020
Two East Carolina trustees accused of meddling in student government elections. One has been censured, and the other has resigned.

February 10, 2020
Faculty members at Lee College object to new annual contracts and a proposal to eliminate division chairs but hope for the best under a new president.

February 10, 2020
A community college district in rural Minnesota plan to merge accreditation and other services to combat enrollment drops.

February 10, 2020
Three leaders lose jobs at respected press. Reasons are unclear.

February 7, 2020
Proposed Education Department rule has higher ed lobbyists worried about possible loss of federal grants for public colleges over barring recognition of religious groups with membership restrictions.

February 7, 2020
The University of Louisville says administrators' hands are legally tied -- they cannot prevent a student from distributing anti-LGBTQ literature directly to LGBTQ students.

February 7, 2020
Certified nursing assistants are necessary as the population ages, but the work isn't high paying. How do health-care programs create faster pathways toward good jobs?

February 7, 2020
China can reduce or halt funding if any element of the program contravenes Chinese law.

February 7, 2020
F. King Alexander, president of Louisiana State University, has been appointed president of Oregon State University. Marc C. Conner, provost of Washington and Lee University, in Virginia, has been named president of Skidmore College, in New York.

February 6, 2020
Syracuse grapples with how to meaningfully educate students about equity and inclusion.

February 6, 2020
While giving to colleges and universities reached a record high this past fiscal year, signs point to a slowing pace of growth, according to the latest Voluntary Support of Education Survey.

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