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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.

March 26, 2021
LGBTQ+ alumni and straight allies are speaking out after the president of Lee University used a chapel service to reaffirm the Christian institution’s disapproval of same-sex relationships.

March 26, 2021
Student workers end second week of their work stoppage over a first contract. Key demands include a neutral arbitrator in harassment cases, union coverage for more student workers and a pay increase.

March 26, 2021
Author discusses his new book “on expanding the impact of academic research in today’s world.”

March 25, 2021
Unprecedented declines in college enrollment among new high school graduates appeared last fall. Drops were especially steep for graduates of low-income high schools.

March 25, 2021
Gender studies professor says the University of Rhode Island's statement about her essay on trans rights is an affront to her free speech.

March 25, 2021
This year has left some high school students unengaged. How can colleges prepare?

March 25, 2021
Sciences Po, a top French university, faces pressure on sexual assaults. Previous president didn't report allegations of incest against chair of governing board in the 1980s.

March 25, 2021
Paul Alivisatos, executive vice chancellor and provost at the University of California, Berkeley, has been selected as president of the University of Chicago, in Illinois.

March 24, 2021
F. King Alexander offered his resignation days after Oregon State's board opted not to terminate him. Since then, the board chair at his former employer, Louisiana State, disputed several of his claims about handling sexual misconduct there.

March 24, 2021
Defying trends away from tenure, Ohio State and Syracuse will add more than 400 new tenure-track faculty members in the coming years.

March 24, 2021
Students reflect on what has worked, what has not and what they want from their colleges post-COVID. (Hint: Keep that lecture recording button handy and virtual support options available.)

March 24, 2021
The National Collegiate Athletic Association and its member institutions will face a number of challenges to long-held values and policies this year.

March 24, 2021
Clark College, in Washington State Joseph Cavalli, history Mark Eddinger, mathematics Amy Ewing Johnson, dental hygiene Melissa J. Favara, English Tyler H. J. Frank Doug Harris, music Christina Howard, biology Sarah Kuzera, medical assisting Michelle Mayer, mathematics Kristin Sherwood, College 101 Beth Slovic, journalism Christina Smith, English Hamilton College

March 23, 2021
Seeking sustainable new revenue streams, 16 major university presses have partnered with a for-profit publishing house to sell digital versions of their annual front-list collections.

March 23, 2021
Four-year institutions have fared better than two-year colleges when it comes to state support, a split that might be tied to enrollment declines.

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