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February 17, 2020
La Verne seeks to terminate a gadfly professor for allegedly threatening to "assassinate" a colleague. Is it going too far?

February 17, 2020
City University of New York joins ASU spin-off InStride in effort to tap into growing online degree market for companies that offer college tuition benefits to employees.

February 17, 2020
Louisville officials changed their minds about the free speech rights of a student who distributed anti-gay pamphlets at a LGBTQ Studies course. They have banned him from repeating his action.

February 17, 2020
The Indian government is opening up the market for fully online degrees, and U.S. companies are poised to be players.

February 17, 2020
University acts after it received a complaint.

February 14, 2020
University leaders are tight-lipped about sudden closure plans, but a few events may have been warning signs. Now, details emerge about tensions with the university's affiliated church, leaving other colleges, church members and higher education sorting through the pieces.

February 14, 2020
After a complaint that many white students were using the University of Virginia's Multicultural Student Center, the administration emphasizes that all are allowed in the space.

February 14, 2020
It doesn't end -- even with two new commentaries on a contentious, corrected 2018 article saying more women with more freedoms choose non-STEM majors.

February 14, 2020
Public universities in several states are obligated to buy furniture and other products made in state prisons, which some students call exploitative.

February 14, 2020
German research institution seeks to "nudge the process."

February 13, 2020
U.S. colleges could see a major enrollment pipeline cut off this fall if the coronavirus epidemic persists. Meanwhile, Australian universities are missing more than half their Chinese students weeks before their fall semester begins.

February 13, 2020
Almost half of federal student loans are being repaid through more generous income-driven repayment plans, new data show, with 80 percent of government subsidies now going to graduate student borrowers.

February 13, 2020
History jobs report indicates that the market may be stabilizing and could do so further as the number of new Ph.D.s continues to decline.

February 13, 2020
Many colleges have pulled back on lobbying Congress. But with talk of earmarks coming back, will higher education institutions start spending big on K Street lobbyists again?

February 13, 2020
Berkeley College is starting a bachelor of science in business data science. Daemen College is starting an M.B.A. program that students can finish in 12 or 18 months.

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.

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