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July 13, 2016
Professors and presidents consider whether their business models, demographics and programs must change for institutions to thrive.

July 13, 2016
Economics professor loses department chairmanship after his comments at a free enterprise conference are leaked.
President Barack Obama

July 13, 2016
Embracing his scholarly roots, President Obama became the first sitting president to publish an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

July 13, 2016
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities: Connecticut College Christine Chung, computer science Jennifer Rudolph, Hispanic studies Rachel Spicer, botany Jeff Strabone, English DePaul University

July 12, 2016
In a wide-ranging discussion, the new UNC system president said accountability measures can stop micromanagement.

July 12, 2016
When students complained about a Black Lives Matter shirt, she responded in a letter now going viral, but without any identification. We'll tell you who she is.

July 12, 2016
New study finds higher rates of sexual victimization at public institutions than private colleges.

July 12, 2016
Conference delves into best practices and rationale for the institutions.

July 12, 2016
Author discusses her new book, Reimagining Popular Notions of American Intellectualism.

July 11, 2016
Education Department's proposed rule for student debt forgiveness could threaten traditional colleges as well as for-profits, particularly over its broad view of what counts as misrepresentation.

July 11, 2016
A roundup of student protests, college vigils, controversies and academic groups' responses to a week of shooting deaths.

July 11, 2016
New York University at Shanghai experiments with educational videos to study how it can reach Chinese students online.

July 11, 2016
Immigration and racial injustice are topics of choice for common reading choices this year.

July 11, 2016
Statewide budget deadlock continues to force some community colleges to cut or raise tuition, despite a recent short-term deal.

July 8, 2016
Supreme Court decision, praised by college leaders, is opposed by nearly two-thirds of adult Americans. Support is higher for considering athletic ability or alumni child status than race in admissions.

July 8, 2016
Texas A&M Commerce originally tried to keep records about its leader's death private but has now opted to be open about the impact of depression. Many presidents say it's a tough issue to discuss.

July 8, 2016
A new initiative designed to challenge colleges to get students involved in the democratic process is questioned for perceived ties to the White House.

July 8, 2016
A new working paper finds that incidents of murder, sexual assault, hazing and cheating can deter students from applying.

July 8, 2016
NCAA finds two staff members at Georgia Southern committed academic fraud, completing assignments for three football players. The university joins more than a dozen others that have also committed fraud in the last decade.

July 7, 2016
In bid to snag her Democratic opponent's supporters, presumptive nominee adapts previous college plan by embracing free public college tuition for those with incomes up to $125,000.

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