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January 23, 2020
Texas A&M's president suggests that Harvard researchers have an anti-red meat agenda.

January 23, 2020
Scholar makes argument in favor of race-based research into intelligence, but experts in that subfield say it's an unnecessary plea that doesn't square with scientific realities.

January 23, 2020
President engages in "useful hyperbole" by claiming he rescued historically black colleges, but his administration has made good on some of its promise to support the sector.

January 23, 2020
Conservative students say their organizations are often denied official campus recognition -- by other student leaders -- because of their political beliefs.

January 23, 2020
The university's chief academic officer is placed on leave during investigation into "several" undisclosed allegations of misconduct.

January 22, 2020
Paul LeBlanc, Southern New Hampshire's president, endorsed a presidential candidate. He and Jerry Falwell Jr. talk about how political a university leader can be.

January 22, 2020
Betsy DeVos has sought to make it more difficult for defrauded student loan borrowers to get full debt relief with an approach that is facing political and legal challenges.

January 22, 2020
The student was bound for study at Northeastern University but was sent back after arriving in Boston. He's the latest in what experts say has been a troubling number of cases of Iranians being turned back despite having valid student visas.

January 22, 2020
Monica Baloga, vice president for academic administration at the Florida Institute of Technology, has been selected as provost at Limestone College, in South Carolina. Lonnie A. Burnett, interim president of the University of Mobile, in Alabama, has been named to the job on a permanent basis.

January 21, 2020
What chief academic officers think about the academic health of their institutions, the role of tenure, general education and much more.

January 21, 2020
AAUP finds that Pacific Lutheran violated an adjunct professor and advocate's rights in effectively dismissing her for offering private lessons to a student who asked for them.

January 21, 2020
University of Missouri closed its institute after the State Department found fault with the institution's visa practices. About two dozen American universities have closed the Chinese government-funded centers over the past two years.

January 21, 2020
Michael Benarroch, provost and vice president, academic, at Ryerson University, in Ontario, has been appointed president and vice chancellor at the University of Manitoba. Adrien L. Bennings, vice president for finance and administration at Clovis Community College, in New Mexico, has been chosen as president of Kellogg Community College, in Michigan.

January 20, 2020
McGill professor resigns over university's repeated votes to keep investing in fossil fuels.

January 20, 2020
Upcoming changes to eligibility requirements for federal food stamps could further restrict a process that already confounds the most needy college students.

January 20, 2020
The 2020 Census is approaching, and civic engagement leaders on college campuses are reaching out to students to encourage participation and remove potential barriers.

January 20, 2020
Bryan Alexander's new book, Academia Next, attempts to predict the future of higher education. We asked him a few questions about what's in store.

January 20, 2020
Fayetteville State University is starting a master of science in nursing. Johnson & Wales University is starting a bachelor's degree in sustainable food systems.

January 17, 2020
California's new online-only community college grabbed headlines again with its CEO's departure. While some see the college as a doomed venture, others say it's too soon to pass judgment.

January 17, 2020
Warnings that Sci-Hub poses a cybersecurity threat to universities have intensified. But few institutions appear to be acting on them.

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