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December 6, 2022
New study finds that U.S. academe can reach true faculty diversity within a generation, but that colleges and universities have to think bigger—and work together.
Young female college student sitting on stairs at school, writing essay on her laptop.

December 6, 2022
The lawmakers want the Education Department to go beyond what a federal watchdog recommended in reviewing 2011 guidance for online program managers.
John B. King Jr., a Black man wearing glasses with a goatee, stands at a lectern next to President Obama.

December 6, 2022
The new chancellor of the State University of New York served as U.S. education secretary in the Obama administration and, before that, as New York’s education commissioner.
A group of people in yellow uniforms and hard hats conduct an underburn, an intentional fire to promote land health, on the forested campus of Feather River College.

December 5, 2022
The California Community Colleges and the California State University system are in a standoff over three proposals for community college baccalaureate programs.

December 5, 2022
One provider of income-share agreements says new disclosure forms should help companies comply with federal regulations. Critics are skeptical that providers will even use the new form.
Four white students, one of them wearing a Kansas sweatshirt.

December 5, 2022
Bard College is the latest U.S. institution to open its doors to displaced Ukrainian students. Both the refugees and their host campuses benefit from the arrangement.

December 5, 2022
Aims Community College is starting a bachelor of applied science in public safety. It is the first bachelor’s degree at the college. Immaculata University now offers an online M.B.A.
The U.S. Supreme Court Building on September 6, 2022, in Washington, DC.

December 2, 2022
The court will hear arguments in February on whether the Biden administration is legally able to forgive federal student loans. An injunction blocking the debt relief will remain in place.
An emblem representing diversity.

December 2, 2022
A new report underscores how faculty diversity and student success go “hand-in-hand” and asks, “Why are university faculties so white?”
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, speaks during the rally, in front of a screen that says "Freedom Lives Here."

December 2, 2022
A search for a president at Florida Gulf Coast University and a provost at the University of South Florida both failed recently. Critics see the failures as fallout from Florida’s thorny politics.
A protester hoists a sign on stage next to smiling people in suits and dresses. The sign reads "Close the Doerr on Fossil Fuels."

December 2, 2022
Stanford’s new Doerr School of Sustainability is under fire for accepting money from fossil fuel companies, igniting a debate about the influence of the industry on climate research.
The LDS temple in Salt Lake City, Utah.

December 1, 2022
Faculty members are being let go from Brigham Young University, and an opaque new office of the LDS church is apparently calling the shots. A common thread is LGBTQ issues.
This photograph taken on November 7, 2022 shows the logos of social networks Twitter and Mastodon reflected in smartphone screens, in Paris.

December 1, 2022
Whether Twitter is destined for a fast, slow or no downfall at all remains to be seen. But some in academe aren’t waiting: they are heading for Mastodon or other platforms.

December 1, 2022
New web library strives to highlight and support the work of governments, foundations, colleges and other organizations focused on the intersection of education, training and careers.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

December 1, 2022
Will Qatar and its international campuses learn from the experience of hosting the tournament?
Kristina Johnson, a white woman with light hair wearing red and black academic regalia.

November 30, 2022
Kristina Johnson is stepping down as Ohio State’s president. She’s denied initial reports that she resigned under investigation but remains tight-lipped about her decision.
A crowd of protesters stands in front of a columned building, holding signs with Chinese text.

November 30, 2022
Demonstrations against Xi Jinping’s “Zero COVID” policy erupted on Chinese campuses over the weekend, threatening the country’s fraught partnerships with U.S. colleges.
Students sit on the McKeldin Mall at The University of Maryland College Park

November 30, 2022
Institutions have long sought to improve the credit transfer process. A new report from Ithaka S+R outlines strategies to help students earn credit for all types of higher learning.
Five Trinity students, all women of color. One is wearing a hijab.

November 30, 2022
At a time when many women’s colleges are struggling to remain viable—and, some might argue, relevant—the colleges’ leaders and students have no doubt the institutions are needed.
Ellen Vitetta, a white woman with light hair, wears a lab coat and purple surgical gloves and holds a red Sharpie.

November 29, 2022
U of Texas Southwestern Medical Center settled a long-running lawsuit from a professor who alleged discrimination on the basis of age and sex. What does the case say about conditions for older female academics?

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