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June 12, 2017
New study finds students at most risk may be those least well served by learning outside the classroom.

June 12, 2017
Many find her claim about “unsettled law” to be dubious and an abdication of her agency's civil rights responsibilities.

June 12, 2017
Anna Stubblefield was a respected philosopher at Rutgers before she was accused and convicted of raping an intellectually and physically disabled man she’d promised to help communicate. Now she’s getting a retrial.

June 12, 2017
A professor at the American University of Beirut with two U.S. graduate degrees was refused admission to enter the country to present at a conference.

June 12, 2017
New Facebook features intended for developers could, if expanded, turn the social networking site into an online learning platform.

June 9, 2017
New report gives a blow-by-blow account of unbudgeted spending, unapproved action and endowment losses at University of Louisville's fund-raising arm.

June 9, 2017
Liberty University president, a major Trump ally, won’t be leading review of regulation, although he says he will be part of another administration group with other college presidents.

June 9, 2017
Barnard English instructor of 17 years, who helped bring a union to campus, no longer has a job there, and she blames the contract for allowing it.

June 9, 2017
The idea of colleges fielding teams for video games, an oddity just several years ago, now supports an athletic conference and is seeing major growth.

June 9, 2017
Brandeis University Jerónimo Arellano, Romance studies Aparna Baskaran, physics Olivier Bernardi, mathematics Joel Christensen, classical studies Xing Hang, history Sebastian Kadener, biology Jennifer S. Marušić, philosophy Avital Rodal, biology Anna Scherbina, business Raphael Schoenle, economics Stephen D. Van Hooser, biology Clarkson University

June 8, 2017
As deal to keep Wisconsin Business School name intact approaches its halfway mark, donors consider what it means -- and the changing nature of honoring donors.

June 8, 2017
New study of faculty members with mental health issues finds they disclose conditions selectively to trusted colleagues but are less trusting of and have worse reactions from staff members whose job it is to help them.

June 8, 2017
Against a tide of pro-gun rulings and legislation, a state appeals court ruled 2 to 1 that the University of Michigan -- a public institution -- has the right to ban guns on campus.

June 8, 2017
White paper explores changing the accreditation system to encourage continuous improvement and open the door to “alternative” education providers.

June 8, 2017
Poll indicates stronger popular support across countries for job-related training than for universities.

June 8, 2017
Brett Bradfield, provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Sioux Falls, in South Dakota, has been promoted to president there. Sylvia Mathews Burwell, former U.S. secretary of health and human services, has been named president of American University, in Washington, D.C.

June 7, 2017
Recent spate of college president departures shows evolving nature of board-president relations.

June 7, 2017
Federal appeals court revives professor’s case against Texas Tech, which he says retaliated against him over his anti-tenure views.

June 7, 2017
Republicans take issue with deep cuts proposed in White House budget during appropriations hearing with Betsy DeVos. She appears open to ending the release of the names of colleges seeking Title IX religious exemptions.

June 7, 2017
Trump keeps an Obama appointee who is widely respected by scientists.

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