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August 17, 2022
Even as colleges adapt to the fall of Roe v. Wade, institutions have offered students a range of direct, indirect and sometimes outdated messaging about protecting medical information that could make them vulnerable.
A white man with an e-bike with a wooden box attached to the back stands in front of human-size yellow letters spelling out "VCU."

August 17, 2022
As concerns grow over the presence of fentanyl and other opiates on campus, more colleges and universities are making the overdose-reversal drug naloxone widely available.
A Black woman studies at a laptop computer. A small child is on the sofa behind her.

August 17, 2022
A new report shows that student parents from low-income backgrounds must work 50-plus hours a week at minimum wage in order to afford both tuition at a public college and childcare.
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August 17, 2022
Total debt is $3.9 billion. The Education Department also announced that it will seek to recoup $24 million from DeVry University.

August 17, 2022
Shivanthi Anandan, vice provost for undergraduate education at Drexel University, in Pennsylvania, has been selected as provost and vice president of academic affairs at LaSalle University, also in Pennsylvania.
Mark Law, a middle-aged white man with gray hair and glasses.

August 16, 2022
Why did the University of Florida suddenly fire its honors program director?

August 16, 2022
The University of Missouri system says plan to modernize its paid time off system would boost recruitment and retention. Some staff members and their union disagree.
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August 16, 2022
An MIT team’s artificial intelligence, which can solve and explain problems in seconds, could help professors create content and assist with tutoring students. But some see subpar explanations and new ways for students to cheat.
Senator Patty Murray, a white woman with shoulder-length white hair and glasses.

August 16, 2022
The deadline to submit public comment on the Education Department’s proposed changes to “targeted” student debt relief programs has arrived. Democrats celebrated the proposal, while Republicans claimed executive overreach.

August 16, 2022
Buffalo State College, of the State University of New York Yew Wah (Jeffrey) Chow, business Eric Dolph, art and design Jessica Fitzpatrick, social work Catherine Mazzotta, social work Kathleen McNerney, speech-language pathology Theresa Smith, art conservation Suparna Soni, political science and public administration McDaniel College Chloe Irla, art Chia-En Lin, computer science Erin Watley, communication and cinema Paul J. Zajac, English
Karl Andersson, a white man with short light hair wearing glasses.

August 15, 2022
Now-removed paper on masturbation sets social media ablaze and triggers inquiries, not necessarily because it’s shocking but because it raises ethical and quality concerns.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, a white woman with shoulder-length brown hair.

August 15, 2022
She quits following an investigation into her leadership of a center at Temple University.
Mitch Daniels and Pamela Whitten, both older white adults, in front of an IUPUI backdrop.

August 15, 2022
After 52 years as a shared operation, Indiana University and Purdue are breaking apart Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis. Collaborative efforts will continue.

August 15, 2022
Albertus Magnus College is starting a major in public health. California State University Channel Islands is starting a major in dance.

August 12, 2022
Governor Phil Murphy has called for an investigation into New Jersey City University's dramatic change in financial standing, which led NJCU to declare a financial emergency.

August 12, 2022
Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona is calling on colleges to change how they approach student success. He unveiled a new grant program for minority-serving institutions and flamed elite universities.

August 12, 2022
A new survey report concludes that younger generations are less likely to trust higher education and that college and university administrators will have to work harder to earn their trust.
Supporting First-Generation Students: A Blueprint for Faculty Development and Empowerment

August 12, 2022
Equipped with the right knowledge and tools, professors can help first-generation students succeed. Our infographic offers six supports to consider.

August 12, 2022
Many say this is an apparent reaction to their criticism of the government.

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.

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