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June 10, 2019
Newly released documents suggest that what has been portrayed as a dispute about the state law restricting abortion may be about a donor's demands over a law school.

June 7, 2019
New study finds discrimination against women and racial minorities in hiring in the sciences. The study's about postdocs, but it has important implications for all of academe.

June 7, 2019
Harvard and Chicago business schools freeze M.B.A. tuition.

June 7, 2019
Despite restrictive abortion legislation adopted in Georgia and other states, local abortion-rights advocates are making sure college students understand the new ban is not yet in effect and encouraging them to join efforts to fight the prohibition.

June 7, 2019
Author discusses new book in which he questions whether most colleges are living up to their claims about promoting social mobility -- and whether college degrees do enough for low-income students.

June 7, 2019
Graceland University is starting a bachelor's program in Hispanic studies. Marquette University is starting an online bachelor of arts in strategic communications. The program is the first fully online undergraduate program at the university.

June 6, 2019
Professors fear University of Tulsa abandoning its historic commitment to education beyond job training.

June 6, 2019
Decision is a win for anti-abortion groups. But academic organizations say it will add unnecessary new hurdles for scientists and slow breakthroughs in vaccines and other medical research.

June 6, 2019
Advocates see great need, but some wonder if the concept can survive in the current era.

June 5, 2019
Senator Elizabeth Warren and congressional Democrats question Trump administration's plans to back income-share agreements -- and demand answers from colleges offering the financing, too.

June 5, 2019
Blaming unsustainable price increases, librarians at the university reach out to faculty members and graduate students to draw up a list of 820 journal subscriptions to cancel.

June 5, 2019
States and the public colleges they fund continue to feel the economic downturn's effects, even after a decade of recovery, according to a new report that gives a sobering look at state funding.

June 5, 2019
CodePath.org, a nonprofit boot camp, offers ready-made, industry-approved coding courses to colleges and trains students to teach them for credit.

June 4, 2019
A pledge to pay off the student loans of the entire graduating class at Morehouse College highlights racial disparities in student debt and turns into a clarion call for black business executives to help.

June 4, 2019
China's Ministry of Education warns students of the risk of visa problems if they come to the U.S.

June 4, 2019
Who's doing the heavy lifting in terms of diversity and inclusion work? Underrepresented faculty members -- and that's something that should alarm everyone, according to a new study.

June 4, 2019
In their new book, a professor and a counseling center director show how being outdoors can improve students' mental health at little cost to colleges.

June 4, 2019
Steve Currall, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Southern Methodist University, in Texas, has been chosen as president of the University of South Florida.

June 3, 2019
New data from Education Department put spotlight on high borrowing for some graduate programs. But experts are skeptical more information on students alone will move the needle on enrollment decisions.

June 3, 2019
Report attacks Koch-funded Regulatory Studies Center at George Washington University as a pro-fossil-fuel-industry idea launderer. University and Koch deny the charge.

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