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June 7, 2018
As Senate subcommittee takes on issue of international students and national security, some raise concerns about generalizations that would paint Chinese students and scholars broadly as spies.

June 7, 2018
After becoming the first public college in California to lose accreditation, Compton College is preparing to stand on its own once again.

June 7, 2018
Change in government is leading to a reassessment.

June 7, 2018
Goddard College is starting a B.F.A. in socially engaged art. East Stroudsburg University is starting a bachelor of science in accounting.

June 6, 2018
Is philosophy really ignoring important questions about transgender identity, specifically what it means to be a woman?

June 6, 2018
Tech giant is working with universities to bring the functionality of a student ID card to the iPhone and Apple Watch.

June 6, 2018
The world's largest social media company is partnering with community colleges and sharing a curriculum for digital advertising and media training.

June 6, 2018
New findings on "marshmallow test" suggest that adults should consider deeper interventions than simply training kids to resist temptation.

June 5, 2018
Despite vows to push back against sexual abuse on campus, cases keep coming, with leaders failing to act on abuse reports until it's too late.

June 5, 2018
University's endowment has grown. Should funds be invested with those who are also major donors?

June 5, 2018
Authors discuss new book examining the faculty role -- and how professors view their responsibilities.

June 5, 2018
Experts fear the worst with George Washington's new Title IX policies, in which a single investigator decides whether to move forward with a sexual assault case.

June 5, 2018
Jason N. Adsit, dean of the School of Arts, Sciences & Education and director of the educational leadership doctoral program at D'Youville College, in New York, has been appointed president of Mount Saint Mary College, also in New York.

June 4, 2018
How sexual harassment allegations against a guest speaker rocked Santa Barbara City College last semester -- and, one professor says, cost him his job.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

June 4, 2018
Student borrowers argue the education secretary must follow previous policy to grant full loan relief to former Corinthian Colleges students.

June 4, 2018
After the accreditor for the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system pushed back on plans to consolidate the state's 12 community colleges, some faculty groups are calling for new leadership and more funding.

June 4, 2018
At forum on international education, university officials say they're not backing down from efforts to expand education offerings abroad.

June 1, 2018
Two groups issue joint statement on "increasingly threatened" disciplines and approaches.

June 1, 2018
A new report argues for letting a tax deduction that benefits high-earning grad students expire. It's part of a drumbeat of proposals to restrict federal benefits for graduate students.

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