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December 19, 2016
With reaccreditation at risk, Alamo Colleges drop course based on the 7 Habits self-help book that board had approved to replace a humanities requirement.

December 19, 2016
Faculty objected as legislators moved to strip trustee appointment powers from a governorship their party no longer controls.

December 16, 2016
If Trump administration changes the rules on colleges’ obligations in adjudicating sex assault charges, will institutions change their policies?

December 16, 2016
Stony Brook may be reviewing scholarship behind dissertation approved in philosophy for figure active in white nationalist circles. Some worry about academic freedom implications of such a review.

December 16, 2016
New study dumps cold water on the value of wage data to prospective students who are place bound and headed to less-selective colleges.

December 16, 2016
Tulane’s technology team sent 130 applicants welcome messages, giving them their university email addresses and passwords. Turns out, these applicants hadn’t been admitted.

December 16, 2016
Karen Aubrey, associate dean in the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Augusta University, in Georgia, has been chosen as vice president for academic affairs at LaGrange College, also in Georgia.

December 15, 2016
Jacksonville University is starting a master of science in dentistry. St. Mary's University, in Texas, is starting an M.B.A. for working professionals.

December 15, 2016
A new report from American Academy of Arts and Sciences makes a data-based case for building U.S. capacity for foreign languages.

December 15, 2016
State audit finds fault with management structure and decisions under former president, who responds that auditors failed to consider Louisville's "amazing academic trajectory."

December 15, 2016
Authors discuss their new book on the success -- in educational attainment and business -- of Indians in the United States.

December 15, 2016
British universities already report that some students and professors are wary of coming to their institutions.

December 14, 2016
Students at Penn set off debate by replacing image of the Bard in English department building with a photo of Audre Lorde, the black feminist poet.

December 14, 2016
Elsevier explains the thought process behind CiteScore, its new journal impact metrics. Critics worry about potential conflicts of interest.

December 14, 2016
New study suggests female economists are less likely to be tenured, compared to male peers, and women are less likely to remain in academe eight years after earning their Ph.D.s.

December 14, 2016
After surviving an enrollment drop, a devastating fire and financial issues, small, private Lyon College hires nontraditional president known for working with technology in liberal education.

December 14, 2016
Education Department officials say they will work through Jan. 20 to review claims of defrauded students, but borrowers and advocates call for more urgency.

December 13, 2016
A group of 30 top colleges and universities wants to enroll more low-income students, but critics question whether the focus should be elsewhere.

December 13, 2016
Following a series of high-profile cases of academic fraud in college sports, the American Council on Education releases a new report calling on institutions to better align athletics with their academic mission.

December 13, 2016
Today’s students are more likely to visit career centers than past graduates but less likely to rate those interactions as very helpful, a new Gallup-Purdue University study finds.

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