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October 15, 2021
Penn State may be among the first institutions to announce it will require COVID-19 vaccination for employees due to Biden administration order requiring vaccination for federal contractors.

October 15, 2021
In an interview about his new book, What Universities Owe Democracy, Johns Hopkins University president Ronald J. Daniels discusses citizenship, facts, conservatism on campus and more.

October 15, 2021
Experts say the restrictive Texas abortion law will make it harder than ever for college students in the state to obtain the care they need.

October 15, 2021
Government is attempting to bring charges against 31 scholars.

October 14, 2021
Student health professionals report high need for services now that students are back on campus and seeking physical and mental health care, even as COVID-19-related demands remain strong.

October 14, 2021
American Association of University Professors survey finds over all, faculty representation is up over time, but faculty participation in presidential searches is down, as is full participation of part-time faculty members.

October 14, 2021
In addition to clearing $400,000 in loan debt for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, the Department of Education agreed to several reforms, adding to last week’s announced overhaul of the program.

October 14, 2021
Kim Barnett-Johnson, vice chancellor for academic affairs at Ivy Tech Community College's Fort Wayne campus, in Indiana, has been appointed chancellor of the college's Fort Wayne service area.

October 13, 2021
The Board of Regents for all 26 University System of Georgia institutions says it wants to make posttenure review better, but professors say it’s really weakening tenure by subverting due process.

October 13, 2021
The Chapel Hill chancellor declared Tuesday a “wellness day” following the deaths of two students. But some say the administration must do more to improve mental health on campus.

October 13, 2021
New federal data show a significantly higher proportion of college learners took at least one course online than previously thought.

October 13, 2021
California governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill to extend access to the state’s financial aid program to about 160,000 more college students. The governor cited the high costs of the measure, which was widely supported by state lawmakers.

October 12, 2021
Star athletes at Division I schools are earning big payouts from the NCAA’s interim name, image and likeness policy, while athletes playing minor sports at smaller schools struggle to make sense of it.

October 12, 2021
Columbia College Chicago says children can’t be in the classroom and otherwise need advance permission to be on campus -- for no more than an hour. Faculty, staff and student leaders are united in their opposition to the policy.

October 12, 2021
The California law promises to streamline the transfer process for community college students. College leaders and faculty members are skeptical.

October 12, 2021
Report on speech policies for students studying abroad speaks to tensions in balancing student rights and student safety overseas.

October 12, 2021
Bard College is starting a master of music in instrumental arts. California State University at San Bernardino is starting an M.S. in national security intelligence analysis and cybersecurity.

October 11, 2021
First they got tenure at Colby College. Then they each got $100,000, no strings attached. Could the Haynesville Project be the new donation paradigm?

October 11, 2021
Emerson suspends right-wing student group that distributed stickers saying “CHINA KINDA SUS” and denounces “anti-China” and “anti-Chinese” message. A free speech group cries foul.

October 11, 2021
The meeting between negotiators to discuss regulatory changes to student aid programs differed from past negotiated rule-making sessions.

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