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January 26, 2022
Women make up about a third of college and university presidents and 44 percent of provosts. Their institutions employ more women, in higher positions and for better pay, than those led by men.

January 26, 2022
U.S. Department of Education has started a program review to study financial aid practices at Ohio’s Eastern Gateway Community College.

January 26, 2022
The University of Florida has discontinued updates to its dashboard. Will more colleges follow suit?

January 26, 2022
A new report finds that a growing majority of students believe their campus climate stifles free expression. But the share who support disinviting controversial speakers has fallen.

January 26, 2022
Caldwell University is starting a double major in business and literary studies. Delta College is offering a certificate for those seeking to become chemical process operators.

January 25, 2022
Mark Rosenberg’s resignation from Florida International is the second high-profile presidential departure this month. Boards appear to be taking evidence of inappropriate behavior more seriously, experts say.

January 25, 2022
Throughout the pandemic, colleges have served as COVID-19 testing sites for their local communities. Some institutions are developing new testing methods of their own.

January 25, 2022
Institutions are tweaking campus information systems to make them better reflect students’ gender identities but are finding the technology to do so challenging.

January 25, 2022
Some colleges yield higher earnings than others for low-income students, a new report found.

January 24, 2022
Judge mostly sides with University of Florida faculty members in a free speech case that cast doubt on UF’s political independence from Tallahassee.

January 24, 2022
The Biden administration has taken steps to make the U.S. more attractive to international talent, including expanding eligibility for some foreign STEM students to participate in a popular postgraduation work program.

January 24, 2022
A new survey of nearly 5,000 students at historically Black colleges and universities found that they faced food shortages and unstable housing and experienced homelessness during 2019–20.

January 24, 2022
A new survey finds increased interest in peer mental health counseling. Experts say it can help alleviate overburdened campus services, but they stress the importance of proper training.

January 21, 2022
Facing a projected squeeze on isolation housing, some colleges modify their polices to allow COVID-positive students to isolate in their dorms—even if they have roommates—or to go home.

January 21, 2022
A new, free online certificate program from Arizona State’s Thunderbird School of Global Management will be offered in 40 languages and seeks to reach refugees, women and others in the developing world.

January 21, 2022
Jordan Peterson is retiring from the University of Toronto, citing his “persona non grata” status—and academe’s “craven” embrace of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

January 21, 2022
The NCAA ratified a new constitution Thursday despite objections from members who feel it concentrates too much money and power in the hands of Division I colleges.

January 21, 2022
Government orders cuts in large cities, hoping to attract more students to smaller cities and towns.

January 20, 2022
The University of Michigan has reached a settlement agreement with attorneys for more than 1,050 claimants alleging sexual abuse by now-deceased university doctor Robert Anderson.

January 20, 2022
NFT philanthropy is on the rise. Even if a college or university doesn’t want to auction its own NFTs, they should be ready to receive the cryptocurrency donations that result from the sales.

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