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May 13, 2021
Candidates to fill Evergreen State College's presidency cited personal reasons for withdrawing, leaving college officials scratching their heads about what to do differently when the search restarts.

May 13, 2021
A state audit found that Calbright College, California's online community college, graduated just 12 out of over 900 enrolled students during the 2019-20 academic year. Lawmakers are considering closing the college.

May 13, 2021
A new report offers strategies and incentives for institutions and leagues to address long-standing inequities and barriers for Black athletes.

May 13, 2021
New survey looks at what happened to scholars who were under threat in their home countries after they completed temporary fellowships abroad.

May 13, 2021
Author discusses his new book on “achieving racial equity on campus.”

May 12, 2021
Gates Foundation issues report calling for a new definition of value, and for clear ways for students to identify it. The emphasis is on promoting economic mobility for all.

May 12, 2021
Georgetown University researchers estimate in a new report that the United States loses billions of dollars annually because of inequities in higher education.

May 12, 2021
Faculty members with disabilities say stigma prevents some from being open about their conditions, and the path to the academy still has its barriers.

May 12, 2021
Search a list of grants allocated to more than 5,000 colleges and universities after the Department of Education released details on relief funding and which students are eligible to receive emergency support.

May 12, 2021
Cerro Coso Community College Tim Allen, counseling Alec Griffin, anthropology and sociology Yvonne Mills, English Colorado School of Mines

May 11, 2021
Faculty unions at Point Park University and City College of San Francisco have found different means to the same end: preserving full-time faculty jobs threatened during COVID-19.

May 11, 2021
Videos by Cape Fear Community College attract thousands of views on TikTok. Can the social media platform help community colleges make up for enrollment losses during the pandemic?

May 11, 2021
The open letter, signed by historians, political scientists and other scholars, is intended to help clear up incorrect assumptions about the history of the filibuster.

May 11, 2021
A landmark settlement between Clemson University and men's track and field and cross-country athletes got the team reinstated. A separate agreement promises women athletes equitable financial aid and other benefits.

May 11, 2021
Clark State College, in Ohio, is starting a bachelor's degree in addiction and integrated treatment studies. George Mason University is starting a bachelor of science in health informatics.

May 10, 2021
The story behind an adjunct's suspension at Cypress College leads to threats to the adjunct, colleagues and the campus itself. A debate about cancel culture that went viral ultimately raises questions about who's getting canceled.  

May 10, 2021
Though infections are still ever-present, cases of COVID-19 are slowing down at colleges and universities.

May 10, 2021
A Rwandan diplomat appears to have spied on a St. Mary’s University class discussion about a campaign to free a political opponent of the country's president.

May 10, 2021
Editor discusses her new book on dogs at colleges -- and a little bit about cats.

May 7, 2021
New study says scholarly articles that are hard to read don't actually make the author sound smarter, and they get cited less. Authors hope their findings will encourage graduate programs to teach students how to write clearly.

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