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November 20, 2020
Study finds that half of the regional governors with Ph.D.s plagiarized them.

November 20, 2020
José Luis Alvarado, founding dean of the college of education at California State University at Monterey Bay, has been chosen as provost and vice president for academic affairs at California State University at Los Angeles.

November 19, 2020
COVID-19-related changes to teaching and dealing with students' mental health continue to weigh on professors, with implications for their own mental health.

November 19, 2020
They want him to move without Congress. Will he?

November 19, 2020
Some study abroad programs are beginning to resume after being halted because of the pandemic, but their status remains fluid, and most professionals in the field don't anticipate a return to normalcy until next summer or fall at the earliest.

November 19, 2020
Pistol Pete’s Six-Shooter Whiskey follows a university-branded wine and beer at New Mexico State University.

November 19, 2020
Dig deeper into the state of community college enrollments, and you'll find some hints at what could be keeping some institutions afloat while others sink.

November 18, 2020
Study demonstrates importance of frequent, routine testing of asymptomatic students and feasibility of a pooled testing approach.

November 18, 2020
The Texas flagship university is seeing an increase in low-income enrollment at a time when many higher education experts are worried that the most vulnerable students are putting their educations on hold.

November 18, 2020
A financial deal between the University of Colorado at Boulder and a sports betting company represents a departure from the NCAA's long-held stance against gambling on college sports.

November 18, 2020
A supplemental report by the American Council on Education on previous research about disparities in higher education shows "striking" levels of inequities in the ability of Black college graduates to pay off student loan debt.

November 17, 2020
Many colleges are now announcing new shifts to online learning that will continue for the rest of the semester.

November 17, 2020
Transfer partnerships are increasingly common as enrollment declines spur collaboration. But one private college in Iowa has taken its commitment across the state.

November 17, 2020
New polling research from Strada Education Network finds that many Americans feel stuck professionally and don't buy in to potential of education to change their career circumstances.

November 17, 2020
California Lutheran University is starting a minor in public health. Emerson College and the International College of Management, in Australia, are launching a bachelor of arts in the business of creative enterprises.

November 16, 2020
A survey found that new international enrollments dropped by 43 percent this fall. It also provides the first glimpse of the effects of the pandemic on international exchange and insight into pre-pandemic trends.

November 16, 2020
University of Miami law professor says he's being fired for his controversial views. Some colleagues have spoken out against him, but some worry about making him a martyr.

November 16, 2020
While it hasn't gotten much attention, Biden's campaign pledge to deal with the long-standing disparity in research grants encourages HBCUs.

November 16, 2020
This weekend, at least four colleges announced they are moving classes online. Michigan ordered a three-week pause in in-person instruction. Fifteen football games were canceled or postponed, and University of Tennessee athletics staff have refused pay cuts.

November 13, 2020
Liberal students, and even some conservatives, feel hopeful that Joe Biden's election will lead to less divisive dialogue on campus and make strides for students of color. But some students on the right worry their free speech rights could be compromised.

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