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August 11, 2022
A popular chemistry book's jump from a publishing titan to an OER pioneer could be pivotal for the open access movement. For the author, it's also a fitting tribute to his late son.

August 11, 2022
Outlier creates a network of institutions to try to fix a broken system of transfer credit. Experts applaud the company's efforts, but its for-profit nature may limit acceptance by some institutions.

August 11, 2022
The University of Farmington was created by the U.S. government to expose international student visa fraud. Civil rights activists from 40 groups are calling on the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security to investigate.
Three students walk on the Southern Maine Community College campus.

August 11, 2022
Some community colleges that lost enrollment during the pandemic are luring students back by promising them free tuition.

August 11, 2022
Davidson-Davie Community College is creating a large healthcare apprenticeship in North Carolina. Northern Essex Community College is starting an associate degree in early childhood education that can be earned through competency-based education.

August 10, 2022
New data shows college endowment returns are down after a banner year in 2021. Experts say the returns says more about a difficult year for the market than investment strategies.

August 10, 2022
The University of California at San Diego is facing allegations that professors are harassing postdocs, as the academic staff union continues to negotiate for more workplace climate protections.
Ayah Aldadah, a student athlete at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, runs wearing hijab.

August 10, 2022
New state laws are ensuring college and school athletes are allowed to wear clothing with religious significance along with their team uniforms.

August 10, 2022
A National Association of Financial Aid Administrators report shows the most recent data available on major federal student aid programs.

August 10, 2022
Dartmouth College Leila Agha, economics Vaughn Booker, African and African American studies and religion Luke Chang, psychological and brain sciences Bala Chaudhary, environmental studies Chenfeng Ke, chemistry Abigail Neely, geography Ina Petkova. mathematics Michael Ragusa, chemistry Scott Sanders, French Justin Strauss, earth sciences Patricia Stuelke, English James Whitfield, physics Millsaps College Alex Rice, mathematics

August 9, 2022
Eight college presidents meet with Vice President Harris to discuss their concerns about how overturning the right to abortion could affect higher education, now and in the future.

August 9, 2022
A Caltech student who couldn't regularly attend class because of a seizure disorder was denied flexibility on attendance. She chronicled her dispute with the university in the campus newspaper. The university defended itself in a letter to the editor.

August 9, 2022
Chief online officers believe most students' academic paths will feature prominent online components by 2025, a new survey finds. Other campus leaders see bigger role for in-person learning.

August 9, 2022
Author discusses her book "of stories of exclusion and hope."

August 9, 2022
Sian L. Beilock, president of Barnard College, in New York, has been selected as president of Dartmouth College, in New Hampshire. Edward Dadez, provost at Saint Leo University, in Florida, has been promoted to president there.

August 8, 2022
Emporia State will close its campus child care center next year. Parents are pushing back, highlighting the nationwide shortage of affordable options in higher education and beyond.

August 8, 2022
Palestinian poet say's he's being denied entry to Israel to interview for a U.S. visa so that he may return to his graduate program at Syracuse University.

August 8, 2022
A new bill introduced in the House would require colleges to submit information to the federal government on serious injuries and deaths that occur from accidents.

August 8, 2022
Belmont University is starting a Ph.D. in strategic leadership in education. Delta State University is starting a nonprofit management concentration in its M.B.A. program.
Close up of viruses dyed purple and blue.

August 5, 2022
As the Biden administration declares a national health emergency, colleges are preparing for potential campus outbreaks while avoiding unnecessary panic and anti-LGBTQ+ stigma.

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