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Luke Weinstein, a white man with gray hair.

July 6, 2022
A former lecturer in business at the University of Connecticut wins his lawsuit against the university—11 years after he initially filed. What does this mean for whistle-blowers in academe?
The US Capitol, a white marble building with columns and a dome.

July 6, 2022
Large increases to the Pell Grant proposed by President Biden did not pan out in the House. A more modest increase was proposed instead.
California governor Gavin Newsom, a white man with silver-streaked dark hair, stands behind a podium with the seal of California, gesturing with his hands.

July 6, 2022
California governor Gavin Newsom signed a massive 2023 budget that promises billions of new dollars to higher ed institutions and programs.
Shanna Smith Jaggars, a white woman wearing glasses, and Jessica Rowland Williams, a Black woman with curly hair.

July 6, 2022
Two experts discuss the digital divide (including for adjuncts), the importance of training and how to ensure online education is a force for equity, not a deterrent to it.

July 6, 2022
Hawai‘i Community College Jeanne C. Batallones, counsel and guidance Carrie J. Butler, business education Susie M. Dill, business education and accounting Lisa M. Fukumitsu, academic support and student success Camille A. Hernandez, nursing Drew E. Kapp, social science Glenn-Dee N. Kuwaye, counsel and guidance and counseling Tagi F. Qolouvaki, English Noel K. Tagab-Cruz, humanities Virginia Tech Colin Adams, aerospace and ocean engineering
Illustration: Large white letters spelling out "Exit" on a yellow field, with tiny black figures of people running toward the word.

July 5, 2022
It remains unclear just how many professors are leaving their jobs during the Great Resignation, but stories about who is leaving, and why, abound. Will institutions be forced to respond with real change?

July 5, 2022
Both critics and proponents of transgender students’ involvement in intercollegiate athletics are not happy with the separate rule-making process.
Photo of a video screen showing two white men seated in armchairs on a stage.

July 5, 2022
Michigan college’s president says teachers are trained in “dumbest parts of dumbest colleges.” Tennessee governor is assailed for working with Hillsdale and failing to defend teachers.
University of Denver students in helmets prepare for a rope course at the university's mountain campus.

July 5, 2022
The University of Denver recently opened a campus in the Rocky Mountains to enhance academic programs and improve student mental health.

July 5, 2022
Hawkeye Community College, the University of Northern Iowa and the Waterloo Community Schools Career Center have partnered to create the Degree in Three program in elementary education articulation. The program allows students to start working as a teacher just three years after their high school graduation.
The logos of UCLA and USC, both with the Big Ten logo, B1G.

July 1, 2022
Sports powers will abandon longtime West Coast home, the latest move in a conference reshuffling that has prioritized dollars over tradition and geography.
A person points to a computer screen showing a chart with a jagged line that dips down in the middle before rising.

July 1, 2022
Colleges have increasingly emphasized the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in recent years—but not necessarily in the firms managing their assets, a new study finds.
Students on campus at Cal State Long Beach.

July 1, 2022
Cal State Long Beach is launching an ambitious series of mental health initiatives that pair students and administrators with practitioners and community members to make resources more accessible.

July 1, 2022
Kalamazoo College Christina Carroll, history Francisco Villegas, sociology David Wilson, physics Ohio University Jonathan Agensky, political science Nicholas Allan, psychology Sabrina Curran, sociology and anthropology Yaqin Feng, mathematics Adam Fuller, mathematics Joseph Johnson, biological sciences Victoria Lee, history Amy Lynch, geography Daniel Moak, African American studies Cortney Rodet, economics

June 30, 2022
Gary May, Darryll Pines and Reggie DesRoches first met at the UC Berkeley College of Engineering in the 1980s. Now they all head up large research universities—and remain close friends.  
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, a middle-aged Hispanic man with glasses and a goatee.

June 30, 2022
Critics of newly proposed Title IX regulations fear that the Biden administration is stripping away due process; others believe the Department of Education is striking an appropriate balance.

June 30, 2022
Instructors’ awareness and use of open educational resources and their recognition of the efficacy of digital texts rose sharply this year, an annual survey finds.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

June 30, 2022
Monterrey Institute of Technology will spend $100 million on the new effort.

June 30, 2022
Starting Off King’s College, in Pennsylvania, is starting a campaign to raise $50 million. The college has already raised 62 percent of the total. University of Georgia is starting a campaign to raise $300 million for athletics. The campaign will designate $50 million for women’s athletics.
Screen showing visualization of survey data.

June 29, 2022
How to access results from the survey on campus safety and other student surveys.

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