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December 5, 2017
Colby took a campaign public after just a year in the silent phase, and it hasn’t emphasized its end date. That strategy reflects changes in what colleges hope to accomplish and whom they hope to reach with large fund-raising efforts.

December 5, 2017
Using a database of 750 cases of research fraud from around the world, professors examine fraud as a phenomenon, tracing its history and trajectory and looking at what can be done about it.

December 5, 2017
In a shift away from traditional publishing models, Cengage introduces an all-you-can-read subscription offer for digital course materials.

December 5, 2017
The organization has received a donation from the National Football League, which is trying to end a protest movement by many black players.

December 5, 2017
Nazi-style posters and images at Southern Methodist are the latest examples of white nationalists feeling bolder at colleges and universities.

December 4, 2017
While for-profits get the relief they’ve long clamored for, the GOP’s proposed overhaul of the Higher Education Act would add performance-funding standards for most colleges.

December 4, 2017
Republican proposal would allow colleges to delay campus assault proceedings at law enforcement request, amend reporting requirements.

December 4, 2017
Legislation would tax largest private college endowments, create new cost burdens for business unrelated to educational mission and could put new strains on state budgets that fund public universities.

December 4, 2017
Woman who grabbed papers from controversial speaker, initially believed to be student, turns out to be community college administrator.

December 4, 2017
The University of Cincinnati police chief was supposed to investigate threats stemming from an alleged affair between faculty members. Instead, an outside report says, he contacted the woman involved “well beyond any investigative imperative.”

December 4, 2017
University of Mississippi has been punished yet again by the NCAA for giving cash to recruits, its third such violation since 1986.

December 1, 2017
Lawsuits could lead to changes in the NCAA's concussion rules and threaten some athletic conferences, while broader questions about college football's viability begin to emerge.

December 1, 2017
Texas State's president calls an opinion piece published by the student newspaper "racist." Others have demanded the paper's funding be pulled. Minority students defend the publication and say their views are being squelched.

December 1, 2017
Scholars talk strategy, setbacks on teaching in a field that often aligns with progressive policy goals.

December 1, 2017
New research indicates more job opportunities would be available if apprenticeships were expanded across more fields.

December 1, 2017
Scholars hope for more freedom in post-Robert Mugabe era. Many call for revoking Grace Mugabe’s Ph.D. as a key first step toward ending government intrusions.

December 1, 2017
This month's episode of the Pulse podcast features an Interview with Mustafa Sualp, CEO and founder of AEFIS, an assessment management platform. In the discussion with Pulse host Rodney B. Murray, Sualp describes AEFIS's tools -- syllabus management and course evaluations, among others -- and the problems they are designed to solve for institutions. The Pulse is Inside Higher Ed’s monthly technology podcast. Murray is executive director of the office of academic technology at University of the Sciences.

November 30, 2017
Major study by American Academy of Arts and Sciences seeks change in curriculum and assessment, commitment to funding public higher education, new ideas about the faculty role, and more.

November 30, 2017
House education committee leaks its ambitious first draft of a reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, with broad changes aimed at both deregulation and more accountability in how federal student aid is distributed and used.

November 30, 2017
At Penn and elsewhere, students organize “grade-ins” to show what they do and how House Republicans’ tax legislation could make it harder for them to make ends meet.

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