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July 20, 2016
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities: Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Michael Borland, chemistry and biochemistry Kimberly Cardimona, audiology and speech pathology William Coleman, biological and allied health sciences Michael McFarland, athletics Matthew Slotkin, music, theater and dance. Sacred Heart University

July 19, 2016
With lawsuit seeking the right to keep guns out of their classrooms, three UT Austin professors try to reshape the debate over campus carry.

July 19, 2016
Students say colleges should be welcoming to people of all faiths, a new study finds, but their own attitudes toward different groups vary.

July 19, 2016
Long Beach City College's leader, Eloy Ortiz Oakley, will head the California two-year-college system as its new chancellor.

July 19, 2016
Different strategies take stage at the National Association of College and University Business Officers' annual meeting.

July 19, 2016
Some scholars are taking confusion about articles mistakenly deleted from the Social Science Research Network as their cue to look for a new place to share research.

July 19, 2016
After the student newspaper published a string of articles critical of the administration, Wayne State College removed the adviser, setting off concerns about freedom of the press.

July 18, 2016
Vassar professors want to reduce their teaching loads, but some question a new plan to do so at the expense of course offerings.

July 18, 2016
Malcolm Gladwell says trade-off exists between high-quality campus dining and admitting low-income students. Bowdoin questions his logic and ethics.

July 18, 2016
Colleges have come to count on tuition from large numbers of Saudi Arabian students. After years of rapid growth, enrollments are declining on many campuses, in some cases precipitously.

July 18, 2016
Starting -- or reviving -- a Division I football team is an expensive and complicated process, with little obvious return on the investment. So why do colleges keep doing it?

July 18, 2016
Azusa Pacific University is starting a master of science program in athletic training. Borough of Manhattan Community College, of City University of New York, is starting an associate degree in science for health professionals.

July 15, 2016
Shootings and debate over police tactics prompt changes in programs that train law enforcement officials.

July 15, 2016
Advocates who helped prod Democratic presidential candidates to embrace the concept seek to spread the issue into election drives for the U.S. Senate and House.

July 15, 2016
Professors at U of Edinburgh object to plan to put glass panels in their office doors.

July 15, 2016
More than 80 groups come to the Department of Education's defense over criticism of how it interprets and enforces Title IX.

July 15, 2016
More campus business officers are convinced that higher education finances are in a crisis, but a new survey raises questions over whether and how they are involving faculty members as they seek a way forward. Inside Higher Ed’s 2016 Survey of College and University Business Officers was conducted in conjunction with researchers from Gallup. Inside Higher Ed regularly surveys key higher ed professionals on a range of topics. On Thursday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m. EDT, Inside Higher Ed editors will analyze the survey's findings and answer readers' questions in a free webinar. To register, please click here. The Inside Higher Ed survey of business officers was made possible in part by advertising from AGB Institutional Strategies, Axiom, Jenzabar, Oracle and Workday.  

July 14, 2016
Education Department will let some colleges experiment with required loan counseling, which some hope will discourage overborrowing.

July 14, 2016
New study suggests that science dissertations increasingly are research article based, not book-length studies, reflecting the professionalization of the Ph.D.

July 14, 2016
U of Memphis is winning praise for giving adjuncts first raise in three decades -- and a large percentage increase at that. But adjunct pay will still be close to minimum wage.

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