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August 8, 2017
Georgetown and Northwestern announce they will accept GRE, not just LSAT. But ABA may move in ways that limit the option and that some fear would impede diversity efforts.

August 8, 2017
In the push to expand “earn-while-you-learn” programs, what lessons can the U.S. take from approaches in Germany and Switzerland?

August 7, 2017
McDonald’s brings a flexible approach and free career and college advising to its tuition assistance program, which is aimed in part at keeping employees on the job longer.

August 7, 2017
Fresno State announces that instructor who tweeted “Trump must hang” won’t be returning to campus. He is among several non-tenure-track faculty members to lose their jobs over social media posts.

August 7, 2017
Public universities in the state were slapped with sanctions that will slow release of federal student aid and add an extra layer of approval for new programs -- a result of three years of late audits, the top reason public universities suffer the penalty.

August 7, 2017
Alumni group accuses the administration of discrimination after it refused to recognize a gay-student group.

August 4, 2017
University presidents often seem to struggle to issue apologies in controversial cases, but some say they tend to have reason to be cautious.

August 4, 2017
Chicago police are searching for Northwestern professor and Oxford employee, charged with murder and considered armed and dangerous.

August 4, 2017
Universities and advocates instead hope the regulation-averse Trump administration releases new language clarifying existing guidelines. Education Department says it is weighing numerous proposals before shifting federal policy.

August 4, 2017
California’s public colleges are partnering more with foundations to achieve completion goals, and while resistance among faculty members remains, the previously rocky relationship appears to have improved.

August 4, 2017
European universities are adding English-language programs, especially at the master’s level, but many faculty members object.

August 3, 2017
Deep cuts in tuition rates are a hot topic for private college administrators worried that their high sticker prices are scaring away students, but experts warn against gimmicky strategies.

August 3, 2017
U of Texas prevailed in affirmative action case in large part because of its research. Will other colleges be able to match that analysis? And will legal and political battles change if focus is on rejected Asian-American applicants?

August 3, 2017
New book tries to help readers cope with that faculty colleague who never liked a new idea or offered to help.

August 3, 2017
Elsevier’s acquisition of Bepress’s institutional repository platform is heralded as a smart move for the publisher, but not all of Bepress’s customers are impressed.

August 3, 2017
Bill would seek to slash legal immigration levels in half. And while graduates of U.S. universities would get an edge in obtaining employment-based green cards, the number of green cards available would not increase.

August 2, 2017
Trump administration plans to investigate and sue colleges and universities over admissions practices.

August 2, 2017
Montclair State strips adjunct of courses amid controversy over tweet wishing someone would shoot Trump. Trinity of Connecticut details students and gifts lost amid furor over professor's hashtag.

August 2, 2017
Facing skeptical public and politicians, campus business officers discuss strategies for making a more practical case for higher education.

August 2, 2017
Academic leaders decry “ideological hit” on Center for Civil Rights at UNC Chapel Hill.

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