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April 14, 2021
University of Michigan Dearborn made a universitywide decision to reject remote proctoring and invest in faculty development instead.

April 14, 2021
The National Collegiate Athletic Association says it will move championship events out of states that discriminate against LGBTQ people. The warning was directed at lawmakers considering bans on transgender athlete participation in college sports.

April 14, 2021
While students are still reporting COVID-19 mental health challenges, they are generally not taking advantage of counseling center services. As the following 12 ideas show, even centers strapped for resources can strive for better supports, both now and post-pandemic.

April 14, 2021
Fostering diversity, equity and inclusion in academic libraries is more important to library leaders now than it was in 2019, but many are uncertain about the effectiveness of their strategies.

April 14, 2021
Kenneth R. Evans, president of Lamar University, in Texas, has been chosen as president of Oklahoma City University. Connie Gallaher, president of OhioHealth at Home, has been named president of Ohio Dominican University.

April 13, 2021
Professor pay declined this year for the first time since it recovered -- somewhat -- from the Great Recession. Salary data don't include professors who were laid off.

April 13, 2021
Study finds that most college diversity policies are based on educational benefits, consistent with the Supreme Court. This approach appeals to white people, but it doesn't win over Black people. And there may be consequences.

April 13, 2021
Desperate to slow the steep decline of entering students, community colleges are getting creative and offering scholarships, complimentary laptops and free summer courses to high school graduates who enroll.

April 13, 2021
CDC funds new American College Health Association-led initiative to share COVID mitigation strategies across colleges.

April 13, 2021
Anderson University, in Indiana, has started a campaign to raise $20 million. The university has already raised $12.5 million with three major visions: scholarships, academic excellence and campus renewal.

April 12, 2021
Start-up uses an algorithm developed by Sara Goldrick-Rab to approve student emergency aid applications quickly. Experts say the outsourcing can work, if known pitfalls can be avoided.

April 12, 2021
Leaders have careful choices to make when faculty and staff members pass away.

April 12, 2021
President’s proposed budget increases funding for Pell Grants, minority-serving institutions, research and more. But higher education organizations and experts say there are a few other things they would have liked to see.

April 12, 2021
Far fewer students are transferring to community colleges this spring compared to the same time last year, a trend that mirrors overall enrollment declines in the two-year sector.

April 9, 2021
Increases for federal Pell Grants, minority-serving institutions and more. Here's what's in President Biden's budget for higher education.

April 9, 2021
Jahnae Barnett reflects on her three-decade tenure as president at William Woods University as she prepares to retire at the end of the calendar year.

April 9, 2021
Younger sorority members are insisting that their organizations be more welcoming to nonbinary people and shift their women-only status and traditions as society becomes more gender-fluid.

April 9, 2021
Coursera’s initial public offering looked good for the company, which the market valued at over $7 billion. That's probably good news for competitors' valuations, even if it's not exactly clear which aspect of the online learning business attracted investors.

April 9, 2021
Author discusses his new book on how a few colleges are tackling some of higher education's toughest challenges.

April 9, 2021
E. LaBrent Chrite, president at Bethune-Cookman University, in Florida, has been named president of Bentley University, in Massachusetts.

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