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September 20, 2021
In a chaotic year, 32 percent had filled classes by May 1, campus closures hurt recruitment efforts, minority students top recruitment targets and admissions officers like test-optional admissions.

September 20, 2021
Following criticism that its policy on extensions for early-career scientists disproportionately impacted women, whose careers have already been unevenly affected by COVID-19, the National Institutes of Health changes course.

September 20, 2021
New digital and telehealth options make it easier for students living off campus -- even in a different state -- to access their institution’s mental health resources.

September 20, 2021
Advocates and stakeholders are concerned that proposed new investments in community colleges are too focused on traditional higher education, leaving little for job-based learning.

September 17, 2021
As more colleges mandate COVID-19 vaccines, the issue of whether and to what degree to police requests for religious exemptions comes to the fore.

September 17, 2021
New study finds that increasing gender representation in graduate course syllabi affects male and female students’ perceived likelihood of succeeding in the course in surprising ways. The study has implications for academic role models and student success, too.

September 17, 2021
Though it’s a challenge to design an equitable tuition-free college program, Democratic policy makers have crafted a proposal that is a good start in resolving the complications.

September 17, 2021
Global survey finds that although academics believe they met their objectives, students received a “lower-quality” education.

September 17, 2021
Tracey Abell, chief operating officer at the American College of Healthcare Sciences, has been promoted to president there. Lesley Brown, provost and vice president, academic, at Mount Royal University, in Alberta, has been chosen as president of Yukon University, also in Canada.

September 16, 2021
Two new studies examine which degree programs at which institutions offer graduates the best chance of recouping their costs and repaying their loans.

September 16, 2021
Number of students studying exclusively or partially online ballooned in fall 2020, especially among undergraduates and at public universities.

September 16, 2021
The long-awaited board vote follows a months-long legal fight and significant pushback from Mills alumnae groups.

September 16, 2021
Starting Off Frostburg State University is starting a campaign to raise $25 million. So far, the campaign has raised $16 million. University of Alabama has started a campaign to raise $1.5 billion; $940 million has already been raised. Finishing Up

September 15, 2021
In a long-running case, a federal appeals court orders Southeastern Oklahoma State University to rehire and award tenure to a professor who says she was denied tenure and fired for transitioning to a woman.

September 15, 2021
The lawsuit could have far-reaching implications for the growing online study guide industry.

September 15, 2021
College students in Texas will face stricter registration and voting rules when casting ballots on campus.

September 15, 2021
New preliminary data on fall 2020 from the U.S. Department of Education confirm declines in enrollment and retention.

September 15, 2021
Missouri Southern State University Amila Appuhamy, mathematics Lisa Beals, nursing Jacob Boswell, mathematics James Capeci, Spiva Library Jean Coltharp, mathematics Deborah Combs, accounting Ruben Galve Rivera, Spanish Amy Gates, English Katie Kilmer, biology and environmental health David Penning, biology and environmental health Stephanie Schartel-Dunn, marketing Leslie Smith, Spanish Northwestern State University, in Louisiana

September 14, 2021
Combined entity will work with thousands of colleges across administrative and academic departments.

September 14, 2021
Syracuse University offers full-throated defense for a professor targeted for her views about Sept. 11, prompting other academics to wonder why more institutions don’t defend even divisive scholars in this way.  

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