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December 1, 2020
Faculty leaders at Rutgers are challenging spending decisions that have left the athletics department in a "black hole" of internal debt amassed in a costly drive to improve the university's on-field prowess.

December 1, 2020
New alliance of workers and students across Jesuit institutions joins together to protest cuts that they argue undermine their colleges' unique educational missions.

December 1, 2020
The project We Rate COVID Dashboards has been evaluating college and university attempts at transparency. Eight months into the pandemic, how are institutions doing?

December 1, 2020
Senior research officers hold increasingly complex jobs, prioritizing efficiency and compliance in their work, report finds.

December 1, 2020
Colleges need to focus on recruiting, supporting and graduating student veterans now more than ever, as these students face hardships due to the pandemic, experts say.

November 30, 2020
Students are again seeking pass-fail options for this anything-but-normal fall. Institutions are far less lenient than they were in the spring -- with some exceptions.

November 30, 2020
It's still not clear who will emerge from a political game of musical chairs to replace Lamar Alexander as the top Republican on the Senate's education committee, but it could be Rand Paul.

November 30, 2020
The new leader of one of the nation's largest community colleges, Miami Dade College, is a Miami native with decades of higher education experience.

November 30, 2020
Testing will increase at Tufts; detection at UC San Diego; British universities lower entrance requirements.

November 30, 2020
Duane Bedell, tribal manager for Bay Mills Indian Community, in Michigan, has been selected as president of Bay Mills Community College, also in Michigan. William T. (Tom) Bogart, president of Maryville College, in Tennessee, has been appointed president of Columbia College, in South Carolina.

November 25, 2020
Professor placed on leave for controversial statements on COVID-19, the N-word, the atom bomb, the moon landings, Jews and more.

November 25, 2020
A new estimate quotes large losses, but defenders of the system say it's functioning as designed. Will the number matter in the larger debate over debt forgiveness and federal lending policy?

November 25, 2020
Faculty members at Wentworth Institute of Technology want more remote work flexibility. The university stands behind its reopening plans for fall and spring.

November 25, 2020
New alliance targets improving graduation rates and retention rates and admitting students from low-income families.

November 25, 2020
They are turning to petitions and online appeals to make their case.

November 24, 2020
The political ascendancy of Kamala Harris and Stacey Abrams has led to a sense of hope for similar trends in professions in which Black women are underrepresented. It has also led higher ed leaders to renew their commitment to helping Black women assume leadership roles in their fields.

November 24, 2020
Jill Biden is breaking a mold in continuing to teach at a community college as first lady. But why is it so important to her and what will her life be like?

November 24, 2020
California State University will require students to take ethnic studies, but the faculty and system remain divided over how to put the new requirement into place.

November 24, 2020
Iris Meda came out of retirement to teach nursing after the pandemic started. Her colleagues have criticized the way Collin College communicated her tragic death from COVID-19.

November 24, 2020
Nature sets article processing charge at the equivalent of $11,250 for researchers selecting open-access publishing.

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