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August 30, 2016
As first academic year since last fall's protests start, many colleges are adding diversity programs to orientation or requiring students to complete online multicultural training.

August 30, 2016
Crop of university 'anti-union' university websites sparks criticism from proponents of graduate assistant unions.

August 30, 2016
Will merger with Georgia State U, a completion rate success story, boost the rock-bottom graduation rates of two-year Georgia Perimeter College?

August 30, 2016
Florida International U explores whether redesigning courses according to best practices actually leads to improvements for faculty members and students.

August 29, 2016
The university's note to new students sets off national debate on safe spaces, trigger warnings and more. Presidents of Bowdoin and Yale, with different tone, urge engagement with uncomfortable ideas.

August 29, 2016
A longtime president's controversial medical leave highlights issues of leaders' age, health and time in charge.

August 29, 2016
The Federal Trade Commission is "marking a line in the sand" with its first lawsuit against publishers that take advantage of scholars wishing to publish in open-access journals.

August 29, 2016
University -- criticized by black students for name of its gardens -- is changing name.

August 29, 2016
Donald Trump is no favorite of younger voters. Now a number of College Republican chapters are declining to endorse him, and some of his campus supporters are furious.

August 26, 2016
A medical school building keeps its name at Marian University in Indianapolis, even after the man it's named for can't fulfill a $48 million pledge.

August 26, 2016
Joining professors elsewhere, tenured Notre Dame de Namur faculty members protest cuts that followed academic program prioritization. But their new status as union members may complicate their situation.

August 26, 2016
Education Department's new sanctions against the for-profit college include a ban on enrolling new students who receive federal aid and tougher financial oversight.

August 26, 2016
Director of new documentary about the National Collegiate Athletic Association argues that the organization places the profits of college sports programs ahead of the best interests of athletes.

August 26, 2016
Study compares the role of family ties in various countries.

August 25, 2016
Critics of this week's NLRB decision in favor of graduate student unions at private institutions say it could turn graduate education upside down. But that hasn't happened on a campus with one of country's oldest public-sector graduate employee unions.

August 25, 2016
Ashford University cries foul on veterans' agency and California for meddling in Iowa's decision to yank the for-profit's GI Bill eligibility, and newly released emails show an Iowa official shared that view.

August 25, 2016
Thirteen people reported killed in attack by gunmen that came weeks after two foreign professors were kidnapped. Seven students among the dead, as is instructor who studied in U.S.

August 25, 2016
After a year of protests nationwide, one university is trying to be clear about what students should expect.

August 25, 2016
Green Party's Jill Stein wants to cancel all student debt. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson wants to kill Education Department.

August 25, 2016
James E. Clark, a businessman and trustee at South Carolina State University, has been appointed president of the university. John Cook, vice president of academic affairs at Manchester Community College, in New Hampshire, has been chosen as president of Springfield Technical Community College, in Massachusetts.

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