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March 8, 2007

Yale Divinity School students burn the Ten Commandments and Bill of Rights -- in prayer, not protest.

March 7, 2007

The proportion of women enrolled in graduate programs in the sciences increased in every category from 1994 to 2004, and by 2004, women were a majority of graduate students in psychology, the social sciences and the biological sciences, according to new data from the National Science Foundation. The data examine a range of measures of the progress for female and minority students, generally finding progress across the board, with much more dramatic improvements for women.

March 7, 2007

Reports about flagging U.S. competitiveness are about as common as college presidents quoting The World Is Flat or politicians worrying about jobs being transported to China or India.

March 7, 2007

Emergence of alternative view of alleged anti-Hmong statements raises issues about academic freedom and tolerance.

March 7, 2007

As most of American higher education has over time abandoned the idea that the best way to ensure access to college is by keeping tuitions low, California has clung to the principle as it was laid out in the state's 1960 master plan for higher education. To this day, students at its community colleges pay by far the country's lowest "fees" (a phrase the state uses in lieu of tuition).

March 7, 2007

After losing $12 million bequest, William & Mary agrees to a permanent display in historic chapel.

March 7, 2007

Group of research institutions and the AAMC release guidelines for technology transfer.


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