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April 1, 2021
Florida State scrambles to explain how a faculty member who was known to prey on Asian female students was allowed to do so for 30 years.

April 1, 2021
The president unveiled his new infrastructure plan Wednesday, with billions of dollars for community colleges, research and minority-serving institutions.

April 1, 2021
The hearing on what could be a landmark case on college athlete compensation was focused on athlete exploitation and the potential destruction of the college sports model.

April 1, 2021
Cambridge University Press recently struck dozens of open-access publishing deals with U.S. institutions, convincing many libraries to abandon their traditional journal subscription arrangements for the first time.

April 1, 2021
Cuesta College Shelby Burnett, mathematics Kelli Gottlieb, physical sciences Jenel Guadagno, athletics Zachary McKiernan, social sciences Erich Tucker, languages and communication University of Findlay

March 31, 2021
It's not just about gender or caregiving, it's both: new analyses suggest colleges need COVID-19 faculty relief policies that target female caregivers in particular.

March 31, 2021
Propelled by the racial justice movement and the pandemic, student activists are pressuring colleges to implement dining services free from corporate influences.

March 31, 2021
People who have defaulted on privately held education loans are now in for the same COVID-19 flexibilities as other borrowers.

March 31, 2021
Authors discuss their new book on how courses reflect the future of teaching and learning.

March 31, 2021
Cynthia Anthony, interim president of Lawson State Community College, in Alabama, has been named to the job on a permanent basis. Gary B. Crosby, vice president for student affairs at Alabama A&M University, has been selected as president of Saint Elizabeth University, in New Jersey.

March 30, 2021
Repercussions and recriminations continue over an apology for a conference speech given by financial guru Suze Orman. Some say the apology was unwarranted and misguided; others believe it was absolutely necessary.

March 30, 2021
The Massachusetts college will wind down operations in August, giving students the choice to transfer elsewhere. Nearby Clark University will take on Becker's acclaimed video-game design program.

March 30, 2021
Student loan borrowers with disabilities will have an easier time getting relief during the pandemic, the Education Department announces. About 41,000 people with $1.3 billion in debt will now be back on track for loan discharges.

March 30, 2021
With many consulates not having resumed regular visa processing, and with travel bans in place for many countries, would-be international students face logistical hurdles in getting to the U.S. this fall.

March 30, 2021
Misericordia University is starting a major and a minor in environmental studies. Robert Morris University is adding a B.S. in health sciences.

March 29, 2021
In a case with far-reaching implications for both students and faculty members, a federal appeals court sides with a professor who refused to refer to transgender student by her preferred pronoun.

March 29, 2021
As states open up, colleges and universities plan for more in-person classes and large graduations.

March 29, 2021
Arkansas Tech University Douglas Barron, biology Summer Bruch, art Nathaniel Chapman, behavioral sciences Rajib Choudhury, physical sciences Michael Davis, physical sciences Amber Harrington, physical sciences Alexis Johnson, communication and journalism Tennille Lasker-Scott, professional studies Rejina Manandhar, emergency management Ekong Peters, emergency management Erica Wondolowski, behavioral sciences Casper College

March 26, 2021
Suze Orman's keynote address at an annual conference of student affairs professionals drew the ire of attendees for overlooking systemic barriers to wealth.

March 26, 2021
New Jersey university may be the first to require COVID vaccination. In mandating the vaccines, which are approved under the FDA's emergency authorization process, colleges are breaking new ground.

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