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November 25, 2020
Professor placed on leave for controversial statements on COVID-19, the N-word, the atom bomb, the moon landings, Jews and more.

November 25, 2020
A new estimate quotes large losses, but defenders of the system say it's functioning as designed. Will the number matter in the larger debate over debt forgiveness and federal lending policy?

November 25, 2020
Faculty members at Wentworth Institute of Technology want more remote work flexibility. The university stands behind its reopening plans for fall and spring.

November 25, 2020
New alliance targets improving graduation rates and retention rates and admitting students from low-income families.

November 25, 2020
They are turning to petitions and online appeals to make their case.

November 24, 2020
The political ascendancy of Kamala Harris and Stacey Abrams has led to a sense of hope for similar trends in professions in which Black women are underrepresented. It has also led higher ed leaders to renew their commitment to helping Black women assume leadership roles in their fields.

November 24, 2020
Jill Biden is breaking a mold in continuing to teach at a community college as first lady. But why is it so important to her and what will her life be like?

November 24, 2020
California State University will require students to take ethnic studies, but the faculty and system remain divided over how to put the new requirement into place.

November 24, 2020
Iris Meda came out of retirement to teach nursing after the pandemic started. Her colleagues have criticized the way Collin College communicated her tragic death from COVID-19.

November 24, 2020
Nature sets article processing charge at the equivalent of $11,250 for researchers selecting open-access publishing.

November 23, 2020
Scientists want to know why a major journal published findings that female mentors may be bad for your career, even after reviewers pointed out flaws in the paper’s methodology and analysis. Nature Communications says it’s investigating.

November 23, 2020
A no-confidence vote was the first in the liberal arts college's 183-year history.

November 23, 2020
Strada's Dave Clayton answers questions about the Public Viewpoint survey on the pandemic's impact on Americans' work, lives and education plans.

November 23, 2020
Alabama considers proposal for employees to return to in-person work. Concordia experiences an outbreak. Berkeley revokes a football scholarship. Columbia bans students for unauthorized travel.

November 20, 2020
Thanksgiving is fast approaching. Many colleges still have no plans to test students before they leave.

November 20, 2020
It's known that some policies help the rich get richer, while the poor get poorer. A new report shows the same pattern is affecting institutions of higher education.

November 20, 2020
Study finds that half of the regional governors with Ph.D.s plagiarized them.

November 20, 2020
José Luis Alvarado, founding dean of the college of education at California State University at Monterey Bay, has been chosen as provost and vice president for academic affairs at California State University at Los Angeles.

November 19, 2020
COVID-19-related changes to teaching and dealing with students' mental health continue to weigh on professors, with implications for their own mental health.

November 19, 2020
They want him to move without Congress. Will he?

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