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November 29, 2022
Kevin Beardmore, vice president of student affairs at Owensboro Community and Technical College, in Kentucky, has been appointed president of Southeast New Mexico College. Jack Bourla, owner of Providence Chiropractic Center, in California, has been selected as president of Sherman College of Chiropractic, in South Carolina.
Jerry Falwell Jr., a white man with a salt-and-pepper beard, stands at a lectern.

November 28, 2022
Jerry Falwell Jr. built Liberty University up before resigning as president amid a sex scandal. Now he’s banned from campus and locked in conflict with the institution his father founded.
A brochure for the Meredith College program in Sansepolcro, Italy.

November 28, 2022
Meredith College started a low-cost Italian getaway program for employees prior to the pandemic. Now the morale-boosting initiative is roaring back to life.
A shot from the ground floor of a curved glass-sided building.

November 28, 2022
Student loan debt relief has consumed federal higher education policy debates this fall, but the voices of associations representing colleges and universities have been muted.
The cover of Using ROI for Strategic Planning of Online Education by Kathleen Ives and Deborah Seymour.

November 28, 2022
Authors of a new book discuss why colleges should gauge the return on investment for online learning and the cultural impediments to doing so.

November 28, 2022
Berkshire Community College is starting an associate of science degree in mechatronics. Cornell University is starting a master of science in advanced urban design.
Carlos “Two Bears” Gonzales, a Native American man with dark hair, stands in front of the First Peoples’ Center.

November 23, 2022
Forget the turkey and stuffing—many institutions are using Thanksgiving programming on campus to celebrate Native cultures.
A tower on the UC Berkeley campus and a view of San Francisco Bay beyond, at dusk.

November 23, 2022
Disability rights advocates welcome news of Berkeley’s consent decree with the Justice Department, which many consider long overdue.
President Biden, an older white man with white hair, at a microphone.

November 23, 2022
The extension, through June 30, gives the Supreme Court the opportunity to weigh in on the administration’s debt-relief plan during its current term.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

November 23, 2022
But academics raise concerns about the future employability of students majoring in the topic and their retention in the public sector.
Idaho president Scott Green, a white man with white hair and glasses.

November 22, 2022
Four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death more than a week ago. An investigation has yielded few answers, unsettling students headed home for Thanksgiving.
A group of high school graduates in black caps and gowns poses for a photo in their gymnasium.

November 22, 2022
Even as total community college enrollment has fallen, the number of dual-enrolled high school students has grown. Is it enough to sustain the long-suffering two-year institution?
Students walk past an Austin Community Colleges District building.

November 22, 2022
New model would focus more on rewarding community colleges for transfer and completion than on student credit hours.
Young university student having a headache in a class at lecture hall.

November 22, 2022
Impressions of campus facilities from the student occupant’s standpoint can make or break students’ college experiences and plans.

November 22, 2022
Lawrence University is starting a major in business and entrepreneurship. Paul Smith’s College is starting a B.S. in government and public administration.
A packed Auburn football stadium

November 21, 2022
An Auburn professor spoke out about athletics officials advocating for an otherwise unpopular major in which football players were clustered and lost his chair. A jury says he deserves more than half a million dollars in damages.
Three students walk past a sign for Morehouse College.

November 21, 2022
Students at Morehouse College are up in arms about scholarship refunds they were expecting but won’t receive. The controversy sheds light on a larger debate about how colleges apply external and internal scholarships to student expenses.
Learning technology experiences and expectations infographic.

November 21, 2022
Technology-focused campus administrators should keep seven survey findings in mind when prioritizing efforts, as our infographic shows.

November 21, 2022
Starting Out California College of the Arts is starting a campaign to raise $123 million. Thus far, the campaign has raised $118 million. University of Nebraska system is starting a campaign to raise $3 billion. The system has raised $1.6 billion so far. Finishing Up
A group of Black students surround Myra Harris, a Black woman, and hold a sign reading "Welcome home Ms. Harris"

November 18, 2022
The Black Lives Matter protests inspired activists to demand the removal of controversial names from campus buildings. Many universities have established practices to guide them.



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