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September 12, 2018
Report catalogs alleged complaints and interventions by embassy officials or individual students on American campuses. But can a compendium of concerning incidents encourage stereotyping?

September 12, 2018
Professor discusses his new book on insights gained from reading classic literature with people with autism.

September 12, 2018
Education Corporation of America says it will close nearly 30 campuses across the country by 2020 -- a response to lower student enrollment and another sign of restructuring in the for-profit sector.

September 12, 2018
Kalamazoo College Kyla Day Fletcher, psychology Ryan Fong, English Marin Heinritz, English Amy MacMillan, business management Noriko Sugimori, Japanese McDaniel College

September 11, 2018
Another controversial policy proposal in Wisconsin would eliminate all programs with fewer than five majors annually, on average, if "remediation" didn't work. Faculty leaders see attempt to turn system into a "widget factory."

September 11, 2018
An accreditor places each college of the for-profit Center for Excellence in Higher Education on probation, finding misrepresentations to students and -- at one campus -- discriminatory attitudes toward students.

September 11, 2018
Early-alert systems designed to catch struggling students are ubiquitous in higher ed, but not every institution is seeing desired results.

September 11, 2018
As HBCUs seek to grow study abroad, they send students to a more diverse mix of destinations outside traditional student stomping grounds in Europe.

September 11, 2018
Dominican University, in Illinois, is launching an evening bachelor’s degree in business administration. Florida Gulf Coast University is starting an undergraduate minor in agribusiness. New York Institute of Technology is starting a combined D.O./Ph.D. in medical and biological sciences.

September 10, 2018
University of Arizona psychologist is under scrutiny for taking money from an organization founded to support research in eugenics.

September 10, 2018
Experts say an appeals court ruling has wide implications for due process in campus sexual assault cases.

September 10, 2018
A new documentary film taking aim at for-profit publishers is about to be screened at universities around the world, but will it further the goals of the open-access movement?

September 7, 2018
University demotes two high-ranking administrators after they apparently failed to follow policy in investigating and disciplining a reportedly racist coach.

September 7, 2018
Purdue Global faculty members will no longer be required to sign a contentious employee agreement that allowed the university to be arbiter of who owns rights to instructional materials.

September 7, 2018
Long Island University, facing enrollment and programming cuts, is building a vet school even though its faculty members are dubious and New York State already has one at Cornell.

September 7, 2018
Update: State agency reverses decision to suspend out-of-state colleges’ ability to award education aid to veterans.

September 7, 2018
Taylor & Francis says it dropped a journal for commercial reasons. But decision followed disputes between editors and the publisher.

September 7, 2018
Heidi M. Anderson, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Texas A&M University Kingsville, has been chosen as president of University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

September 6, 2018
When rumors swirled about a professor reported missing and later found dead, Emerson's president risked sharing uncomfortable truths about the late filmmaker's conduct to set the record straight.

September 6, 2018
Attending a for-profit college widens the earnings gap between rich and poor students, new research finds. Enrolling at a selective college does the opposite.

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