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May 5, 2016
George Mason Faculty Senate, citing provisions that professors say give inappropriate influence to donors, asks institution to hold off on renaming law school after the late Antonin Scalia under Charles Koch-funded agreement.

May 5, 2016
The nearly shuttered college did not hit its May 1 goal for admissions, but leaders hope to snag more students during the summer melt period in the rebuilding effort.

May 5, 2016
Justice Department tells U of North Carolina that it is violating federal law by enforcing state statute limiting bathrooms transgender people may use.

May 5, 2016
In federal graduation rates, part-time students and transfers aren’t counted. #CountAllStudents wants to tell those graduates’ stories.

May 5, 2016
A growing research institute -- operating outside Spain's standard higher education regulations -- attracts foreign talent in a city seeing increased prominence in higher education.

May 5, 2016
Alec Cameron, deputy vice chancellor (education) at the University of Western Australia, has been appointed vice chancellor of Aston University, in Britain.

May 4, 2016
National accreditor ACICS, which faces an existential threat for being too lax with bad actors like Corinthian Colleges, tried to yank its approval of Bristol U, a deeply troubled for-profit. But a judge blocked the accreditor's move.

May 4, 2016
AAUP condemns College of Saint Rose for shedding more than 20 tenure-line faculty jobs with what it calls insufficient faculty input.

May 4, 2016
Wyoming's Northwest College, citing budget problems, plans to eliminate journalism program whose encouragement of aggressive student newspaper has nettled campus administrators.

May 4, 2016
When students spend more time in physical activities, they are more likely to succeed academically, study finds.

May 3, 2016
Frustrated by what they view as the system's lack of commitment to addressing their concerns, minority students at the University of Kansas are forming a parallel student government.

May 3, 2016
What does a 182-year-old law mean for Connecticut’s colleges and universities in 2016?

May 3, 2016
Higher education groups say Education Department's proposed rules on teacher preparation program discriminate against distance education providers.

May 3, 2016
Study finds that students who start at community college earn bachelor's degrees at much lower rates -- but those who transfer fare as well as (or better than) "native" four-year-college students.

May 2, 2016
To sell themselves, colleges try to stand out. But often, their marketing efforts look practically identical.

May 2, 2016
Princeton professor publishes CV of programs that rejected him, journals that said no and grant applications that were nixed.

May 2, 2016
David Horowitz's campaign -- posters with names of students and professors backing Israel boycott -- condemned as intimidation and leads to students blocking car carrying president of San Diego State U.

May 2, 2016
Students and gay rights groups object to University of Utah plans to award an honorary degree to philanthropist with ties to anti-LGBT organizations. And university didn't win over critics by scrubbing her bio.

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