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April 9, 2021
Increases for federal Pell Grants, minority-serving institutions, and more. Here's what's in President Biden's budget for higher education.

April 9, 2021
Jahnae Barnett reflects on her three-decade tenure as president at William Woods University as she prepares to retire at the end of the calendar year.

April 9, 2021
Younger sorority members are insisting that their organizations be more welcoming to nonbinary people and shift their women-only status and traditions as society becomes more gender-fluid.

April 9, 2021
Coursera’s initial public offering looked good for the company, which the market valued at over $7 billion. That's probably good news for competitors' valuations, even if it's not exactly clear which aspect of the online learning business attracted investors.

April 9, 2021
Author discusses his new book on how a few colleges are tackling some of higher education's toughest challenges.

April 9, 2021
E. LaBrent Chrite, president at Bethune-Cookman University, in Florida, has been named president of Bentley University, in Massachusetts.

April 8, 2021
As more colleges adopt vaccine requirements for students this fall, the political environment for such mandates in some states becomes more fraught.

April 8, 2021
Students are increasingly relying on professors for mental health assistance. The instructors are willing -- challenging long-standing perceptions that it’s “not part of the job” -- but they need and want more guidance on how to help, report says.

April 8, 2021
Many think it's time for all universities to follow suit.

April 8, 2021
Adelphi University is starting a B.A. in languages and cultures. Albertus Magnus College is starting a bachelor's degree in supply chain management.

April 7, 2021
A new study of three universities found that certain dorms on their campuses were widely, but unofficially, considered off-limits for low-income students and students of color.

April 7, 2021
A list of higher education institutions affected by a vulnerability in supposedly secure file transfer software could grow, cybersecurity experts say.

April 7, 2021
Cornell faculty and students opposed to a proposed collaboration between the university and China's Peking University want an overhaul of the process for approving international dual-degree programs.

April 7, 2021
The number of Hispanic-serving institutions has grown 94 percent in the last 10 years. The latest data set adds 30 new institutions.

April 7, 2021
Centralia College Kelly Erickson, English Bella Hafezi, counseling Laurie Pyne, adult basic education and horticulture Brian Rauscher, counseling Emily Sprafka Coleman, chemistry Kimberly Thompson, accounting Denison University

April 6, 2021
AAC&U survey of employers shows liberal arts skills are valued and sought out in the workplace but raises questions about student preparation.

April 6, 2021
Current and former students at evangelical Christian colleges sued the Education Department to get the religious exemption to antidiscrimination protections granted to the institutions declared unconstitutional.

April 6, 2021
Endicott College’s strength during the pandemic highlights the importance of diverse revenue streams. What might it teach other small private colleges?

April 6, 2021
M. Katherine Banks, vice chancellor of engineering and national laboratories and dean of the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been chosen as president there.

April 5, 2021
An advocacy group for LGBTQ equality in sports that grades Division I athletic departments' policies and practices is raising awareness about inclusion of transgender athletes and pushing colleges to do better.

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