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June 3, 2019
New survey from Gallup finds that women are less likely than men to feel comfortable sharing views in the classroom that may conflict with their peers' opinions.

June 3, 2019
With little information given, Contra Costa community college's president and two interim vice presidents were placed on leave pending the results of investigations into "personnel matters."

May 31, 2019
Researchers want less restrictive policies on accepting money from the Chinese telecom giant -- but that appears unlikely, given recent federal policy moves and legal action against the company. Professors also question why they aren't involved in making decisions on bans.

May 31, 2019
Ph.D. graduate's speech backing Israel boycott is condemned by leaders there and at Northwestern, which hired him. Some see academic freedom concerns, given that other political commencement addresses are not attacked.

May 31, 2019
Research suggests that international students are less likely than domestic students to seek mental health treatment -- or even be aware of the availability of services. Speakers at international education conference discuss the barriers and what advisers can do.

May 31, 2019
Two Canadian colleges agree to share academic programs with each other at no charge -- to save their government money and speed their ability to offer new offerings to students.

May 31, 2019
Author discusses new book about flaws in the way many people evaluate college completion.

May 30, 2019
Cost is the No. 1 reason why colleges end their “big deals” with publishers, but not everyone thinks the agreements are really that expensive.

May 30, 2019
New study shows continued use of stereotypical imagery has negative effect on charitable donations and inclusion at universities.

May 30, 2019
NAFSA releases two reports at its annual conference. One focuses on national policies supporting internationalization. The other responds to declining new international enrollments in the U.S.

May 30, 2019
Governing party demands removal of a book its leaders don't like from a university reading list.

May 29, 2019
Scholar at Louisiana College says administration has refused to act after dean said women have turned their bodies into a "crack house" and advised female students to "mow your lawn."

May 29, 2019
Michigan State names a new chief executive in wake of Larry Nassar scandal. But some on campus worry whether the new leader will address issues of sexual violence in big-time athletics.

May 29, 2019
Two historically black colleges hope to attract more fans and perhaps more money through collaboration.

May 29, 2019
At international education conference, speakers discuss strategies for evaluating prior education qualifications for refugees or other displaced people who have incomplete or unverifiable documentation.

May 29, 2019
Emporia State University Marc Fusaro, business administration Jennie Long, elementary education, early childhood and special education Jeffrey Muldoon, business administration Lei Wen, accounting, information systems and finance Furman University

May 28, 2019
A professor's department found she was paid less than men were, unfairly, for failing to go out and get other offers. A judge said that didn't matter.

May 28, 2019
As months pass without action by the Trump administration on loan-forgiveness claims, some borrowers who attended defunct for-profits find success clearing loan debt through the courts.

May 28, 2019
Washington State's new scholarship program, which will help make college free for thousands of students, will be funded by a tax on businesses that need highly skilled and educated employees.

May 28, 2019
Marie Bernardo-Sousa, L.P.D., senior vice president of administration and enrollment management at Johnson & Wales University, in Rhode Island, has been promoted to president there. Carol L. Folt, former chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been named president of the University of Southern California.

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