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November 6, 2020
Education in Maryland and Colorado could get a financial boost from voters' decisions, but California's community colleges lose out.

November 6, 2020
Professor investigated for paper, which was published in the U.S.

November 6, 2020
More colleges shift immediately to remote learning as case counts rise on campuses and nearby. Others abandon plans for in-person learning after the Thanksgiving break.

November 5, 2020
Analysis finds voters under age 30 preferred Biden over all, with young people of color voting for him by the largest margins. Young white men preferred Trump.

November 5, 2020
Citing a quarantine housing shortage, University of Michigan moved COVID-19-exposed students into already occupied campus apartment buildings.

November 5, 2020
Companies like Chipotle and Amazon aren't scaling back educational benefits for employees.

November 5, 2020
Authors discuss recent book arguing that trustees need to do more to address college costs.

November 5, 2020
Susan M. Collins, interim provost and former dean of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, has been appointed provost and executive vice president for academic affairs there. Michael V. Drake, president of Ohio State University, has been named president of the University of California system.

November 4, 2020
Marquette is eyeing deep faculty cuts. An undergraduate says she was targeted for discipline because she questioned the administration.

November 4, 2020
Some students at colleges in the Washington, D.C., area were actively demonstrating alongside local organizations near the White House, but Tuesday was a mostly quiet night on campuses as results of the 2020 presidential election slowly trickled in.

November 4, 2020
Voters in North Dakota rejected a measure to increase the size of the state's higher education governing board, but the fate of a measure to change Nevada's board was up in the air.

November 4, 2020
The former Cabinet secretary and leader of three universities was defeated by a former TV journalist.

November 4, 2020
Saint Michael's and Lebanon Valley Colleges shift to remote learning for the rest of the fall term, while Wells, Assumption and Quinnipiac are virtual this week; the virus plays a role in another student death; Wisconsin cancels another football game.

November 3, 2020
Relatively few colleges have released guidance for student travel over Thanksgiving, even though the COVID-19 pandemic is surging nationwide and the holiday is less than four weeks away.

November 3, 2020
Authors discuss their new book on the importance of the human connection in higher education.

November 3, 2020
Albany Law School announced a new suite of online graduate programs for professionals seeking to advance their careers in human resources. The program is called Human Resources: Law, Leadership, and Policy, and it is offered in three tracks: as a master of science in legal studies concentration; as an LL.M. concentration; or as an advanced professional certificate.

November 2, 2020
With less than a month to Thanksgiving, some colleges are starting to tell their stories of how they've contained the virus -- and they're feeling pretty good about the results of their efforts.   

November 2, 2020
We know about gender bias in student ratings of professors. A new study finds the same, troubling trend in evaluations of teaching assistants.

November 2, 2020
George Washington University administrators believe their campus in Washington, D.C., may become the site of large gatherings and unrest related to the 2020 presidential election on Tuesday.

November 2, 2020
Part-time faculty at Portland Community College in Oregon are upset after changes to create pay parity unintentionally resulted in pay cuts for some.

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