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June 16, 2021
Multimillion-dollar gifts from MacKenzie Scott will allow community and regional colleges to build endowments, fund new student programs and jump-start internal fundraising efforts. Recipients hope other donors will follow suit.

June 16, 2021
Two Stanford University mental health practitioners say a diversity, equity and inclusion program launched by the campus counseling center created a hostile environment for Jewish employees.

June 16, 2021
Ten former Gallaudet students are suing the university, arguing that statements the president made about their fraternity are defamatory.

June 16, 2021
U.S. district judge dismisses antitrust lawsuit that targeted publishers’ inclusive-access programs.

June 16, 2021
Alma College is starting an M.F.A. in creative writing. Temple University is starting a master of science in real estate.

June 15, 2021
Anonymous document accuses four Queen's U of Canada professors of playing at being Algonquin or affiliated with some other First Nation. The university stands by them. How should it respond?  

June 15, 2021
Virginia Theological Seminary has issued the first checks to descendants of Black people who worked on the campus during the eras of slavery, Reconstruction and segregation.

June 15, 2021
A pilot incentive program funded by Purdue’s foundation looks to lure remote workers to West Lafayette, Ind.

June 15, 2021
Drury University Robin Soster, marketing Middlebury College Carrie Anderson, history of art and architecture Ananya Christman, computer science David Miranda Hardy, film and media studies Rebecca Mitchell, history Virginia Tech

June 14, 2021
The college is divided over the president's decision to pair with a foundation that sends retired military officers to campus to teach.  

June 14, 2021
The California Community College System could get a $170 million boost in state funding to hire full-time faculty members. The system's budget officers aren't thrilled about it.

June 14, 2021
Global survey of higher education finds the trend everywhere but at U.S. two-year institutions.

June 11, 2021
Some professors say the university is pursuing a civics literacy requirement against the will of the faculty and in so doing giving students the wrong message.

June 11, 2021
Texas Woman's University plans to hire two additional presidents to lead the soon-to-be-independent institutions in Dallas and Houston.

June 11, 2021
A tenured professor in Hawaii is at risk of being terminated through a decision by the Legislature.

June 11, 2021
The Caring Campus Initiative launched as a national effort to coach community college faculty and staff members on how to better connect with students. The pandemic forced participating campuses to foster a sense of belonging for students online.

June 11, 2021
He says campuses “have suffered attrition of range and depth, loss of interdisciplinary exchange, leading in too many cases to a degradation of the very scholarship and teaching for which they were established.”

June 10, 2021
Community colleges continued to see the largest enrollment declines this fall, with 9.5 percent fewer students enrolled. Experts say two-year colleges have focused on retaining existing students this year.

June 10, 2021
Colleges and universities are increasing wages for their lowest-paid employees.

June 10, 2021
UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design launches new pilot graduate fellowship program providing free tuition to students pursuing social justice-oriented careers.

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