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August 26, 2021
Chattanooga State Community College Ian Beck, math and sciences Terrie Breetzke, math and sciences Jonathan Brigner, nursing and allied health Stacey Carter, nursing and allied health Randal Fosse, humanities and fine arts Mindy Griffin, humanities and fine arts Jason Holcomb, math and sciences Kristen Hutton, humanities and fine arts Josh Johnson, humanities and fine arts Eric Niemi, humanities and fine arts Tena Phillips, nursing and allied health

August 25, 2021
Despite a previous claim that NYU was promised “absolute control” over NYU Shanghai operations, NYU Shanghai argued in an employee discrimination case that it is not controlled by NYU and therefore not covered by U.S. employment laws.

August 25, 2021
New report finds most first-year students struggled to learn when the pandemic moved classes online -- in part because of limited access to technology and resources.

August 25, 2021
Georgia State University fired an instructor who refused to teach in a classroom without a mask mandate.  

August 25, 2021
Federal appeals court says blind students have broad right to sue Los Angeles Community College District.

August 25, 2021
Sacred Heart University is starting a B.A. in music. Samford University is starting a joint doctor of pharmacy and master of science in nutrition program. University of Central Florida is starting a master of science in themed experience.

August 24, 2021
Institutions may feel more empowered to enact COVID-19 vaccine mandates now that Pfizer’s FDA approval levels it with other required vaccines -- and some colleges have already taken action.

August 24, 2021
More professors quit over face-to-face teaching mandates.  

August 24, 2021
Two new polls find students overwhelmingly support vaccine and mask mandates at their institutions and are hesitant about returning to normal college life.

August 24, 2021
Starting next year, Oregon’s public colleges will be required by law to disclose textbook prices before students enroll in classes.

August 24, 2021
David S. Birdsell, dean of the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College of the City University of New York, has been selected as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Kean University, in New Jersey.

August 23, 2021
Ohio State University’s education program is taking a “grow-your-own” approach to faculty diversity, training postdocs to become tenure-track professors -- in the college.  

August 23, 2021
After their presidents died unexpectedly, Converse University and Saint Augustine’s University had to quickly install new leadership. Succession plans for such tragedies have become high priorities for college and university boards in the wake of the pandemic.

August 23, 2021
Efforts continue to evacuate students and academic personnel from Afghanistan.

August 23, 2021
Rice will start semester online; Rhode Island College delays resumption of classes; athletics changes -- for fans.

August 20, 2021
In an example of how universities and faculty unions can collaborate on pandemic planning, Northern Illinois University and its faculty union have agreed to push the remote instruction button when and if the campus test positivity rate hits 8 percent.  

August 20, 2021
A new report explores the lived experiences of students sidelined by college credits withheld because of unpaid debts owed to the institutions they attend.

August 20, 2021
The automated process will allow student borrowers with a disability to receive the loan discharges they’re eligible for without having to file additional paperwork.

August 20, 2021
U of Wisconsin Stout professor is fired for not wearing a mask. Spelman Faculty Council says no in-person teaching without clear safety protocols. Americans remain divided on vaccine mandates. 

August 20, 2021
Leaders cut tuition as COVID-19 keeps campuses closed.

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