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August 14, 2017
Extremist white movement is turning up on college campuses through speakers and leaflets. U of Florida and Texas A&M  bracing for events in September.

August 14, 2017
Sociologists call for a systematic response to online targeting of and threats against public scholars.

August 14, 2017
Report argues private colleges have been improving their financial status but shows at least some small and poor institutions are struggling.

August 14, 2017
Conservative websites publicized and mocked a syllabus offering to let students grade themselves. Syllabus was pulled. But professor says he never intended the statement as more than a way to start a conversation.

August 14, 2017
Study suggests a big difference between how college men describe affirmative consent and how they apply it to their own sexual experiences.

August 11, 2017
The Charlotte School of Law missed two deadlines set by state regulators and has asked for an extension to stay open.

August 11, 2017
Higher ed sees a round of faculty terminations and resignations over allegations of sexual misconduct: Could institutions be cracking down on even big-name professors?

August 11, 2017
Biggest for-profit college trade group isn't waiting for favorable outcome from Department of Education's rule-making process.

August 11, 2017
Cost of Columbia’s new graduate degree in data journalism slammed by journalists.

August 11, 2017
Civil rights groups argue “anti-Israel boycott” bill would violate First Amendment rights, while supporters say the bill is narrowly tailored and represents a minor amendment to current law.

August 11, 2017
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Heather Cathcart, arts and sciences Thomas Grant, English and communication Jan Gregus, mathematics Chris Kiser, forest resources Robin Crumley, nursing Shawn Seat, physics McDaniel College Corey Wronski-Mayersak, English Saint Peter's University, in New Jersey Jill Callahan, biology Brian Royster, criminal justice University of Houston Victoria

August 10, 2017
Leaked Google memo, described as an “anti-diversity screed,” reminds many women in STEM fields of the challenges that remain not just in industry, but in academe.

August 10, 2017
Facing budget shortfalls and enrollment declines, Marygrove College in Detroit makes an uncommon decision.

August 10, 2017
Some critics argue colleges aren’t doing enough to help working-class men earn certificates, but one Arkansas community college has found success in short-term programs. Is federal policy keeping up?

August 10, 2017
Youngstown State defends decision to let student who was convicted of sexually assaulting a minor join football team, but says he won’t play in games this fall.

August 10, 2017
Humboldt University of Berlin was founded to train students to think beyond single fields. After shifting away from the model, it has recently started a series of programs to encourage it.

August 10, 2017
Christopher Ames, provost at Shepherd University, in West Virginia, has been selected as president at the Sage Colleges, in New York. Donald R. Boomgaarden, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania, has been chosen as president of St. Joseph's College, in New York.

August 9, 2017
The Obama administration shut down Globe U, but an affiliated university bought four of its Wisconsin campuses with the backing of the Trump administration and a state regulator with a tough reputation on for-profits.

August 9, 2017
Georgia’s state higher education board votes to pull the most serious investigations to the central office, a shift that angers many advocates for assault victims, who already believe the new policies are out of line with federal law.

August 9, 2017
Professor’s “stress-reduction policy,” mocked by conservative websites, found to violate university policy.

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