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January 7, 2019
Research panels, professional awards, job interviews, networking and "the list"? Female historians circulate a secret document of alleged bad actors during their major annual conference.

January 7, 2019
For-profit cosmetology operators in Iowa used legal threats to prevent competition with lower-priced community colleges, according to The New York Times, but the case appears to be an outlier.

January 7, 2019
Editors consider how small publications can find support and reach audiences.

January 7, 2019
A study presented at the American Economic Association suggests that students' GPAs fall after becoming Greek affiliated and that joining a fraternity or sorority doesn't necessarily guarantee a higher salary.

January 4, 2019
Historians discuss efforts to evaluate student learning far beyond a grade.

January 4, 2019
Number of English majors is dropping and many language programs fight for survival. But at the MLA, professors share strategies that are boosting enrollments and in some cases forcing them to change what they teach.

January 4, 2019
Students at Notre Dame have launched a campaign that has inspired others around the country to ask their institutions to block explicit content.

January 4, 2019
Three-judge panel says parties will condemn themselves to endless years of acrimonious, divisive and expensive litigation unless they settle desegregation lawsuit.

January 4, 2019
A proposal to sell off part of the Pacific-12 Conference to private investors raises eyebrows among some athletics experts.

January 3, 2019
Economists and discipline's main association face criticism that the field's power centers are a small number of top departments. Grad students, meanwhile, push for standards of conduct.

January 3, 2019
Some California community colleges are turning down state money for free tuition to avoid participating in the federal loan program.

January 3, 2019
College leaders often aren't the top hindrance to campus protests that have proliferated in recent years -- holiday breaks, finals week and graduation tend to be the biggest challenge for student activists.

January 3, 2019
Author discusses his new book about “killing the five-paragraph essay” and other ways schools and colleges could do a better job of teaching writing.

January 3, 2019
Advocates hope a new legal settlement between a former neo-Nazi and a black college student may help other students who find themselves facing digital hate.

January 3, 2019
Reverend Jack Connell, provost and dean of the faculty at Houghton College, in New York, has been selected as president of Eastern Nazarene College, in Massachusetts.

January 2, 2019
Grant checks from NSF and other funders won't go out. Meetings on grant applications won't take place. Impact will grow with length of standoff. Trump threat on border with Mexico alarms some Texas campuses.

January 2, 2019
A U.S. Department of Agriculture program has provided $1.7 billion in grants and low-cost loans to struggling rural colleges and universities in the last three years. That raises questions about who closes and who gets to stay open.

January 2, 2019
After controversies involving two professors, Fresno State wants its "community" to be "respectful," "kind" and accountable. Many faculty members are on board, and university says principles won't be enforced. Others are skeptical.

January 2, 2019
A look at what happened in 2018 and what’s to come in 2019 with Inside Higher Ed’s seventh annual in-and-out list.

January 2, 2019
University of Massachusetts at Amherst has come under fire for asking a student to take down a poster from her dorm room that condemned Nazis using profanity, saying it was not "inclusive."

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