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August 23, 2021
Ohio State University’s education program is taking a “grow-your-own” approach to faculty diversity, training postdocs to become tenure-track professors -- in the college.  

August 23, 2021
After their presidents died unexpectedly, Converse University and Saint Augustine’s University had to quickly install new leadership. Succession plans for such tragedies have become high priorities for college and university boards in the wake of the pandemic.

August 23, 2021
Efforts continue to evacuate students and academic personnel from Afghanistan.

August 23, 2021
Rice will start semester online; Rhode Island College delays resumption of classes; athletics changes -- for fans.

August 20, 2021
In an example of how universities and faculty unions can collaborate on pandemic planning, Northern Illinois University and its faculty union have agreed to push the remote instruction button when and if the campus test positivity rate hits 8 percent.  

August 20, 2021
A new report explores the lived experiences of students sidelined by college credits withheld because of unpaid debts owed to the institutions they attend.

August 20, 2021
The automated process will allow student borrowers with a disability to receive the loan discharges they’re eligible for without having to file additional paperwork.

August 20, 2021
U of Wisconsin Stout professor is fired for not wearing a mask. Spelman Faculty Council says no in-person teaching without clear safety protocols. Americans remain divided on vaccine mandates. 

August 20, 2021
Leaders cut tuition as COVID-19 keeps campuses closed.

August 19, 2021
IBM software engineering apprentices can now translate their training into three semesters of college credit at participating institutions.

August 19, 2021
Petition demands the Department of Education take action by Oct. 1 to undo the Trump administration’s Title IX regulations, given that most sexual assaults occur at the beginning of the academic year.

August 19, 2021
Gillette College will break away from the Northern Wyoming Community College District and become a separate district after a fraught special election that divided Campbell County residents.

August 19, 2021
Author discusses her book on Asian Americans who are “college impostors” and the “model minority” myth.

August 19, 2021
Starting Off Idaho State University is launching a two-year campaign to raise $20 million for student aid. Finishing Up Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology met its goal to raise $250 million in a campaign that was announced in 2018.

August 18, 2021
University of Alabama at Huntsville professor leaves his tenured job over the university’s pandemic planning, saying he can’t be part of the disaster he fears will unfold this fall.  

August 18, 2021
How rising COVID-19 cases convinced the Stanislaus State president to shift classes online just a week before the start of the semester.

August 18, 2021
Universities and colleges prepare to welcome a new class of incoming freshmen and returning sophomores as the COVID-19 Delta variant spreads and vaccine hesitancy continues.

August 18, 2021
The Alumnae Association of Mills College has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on a lawsuit against the women’s college that many alumnae don’t support.

August 18, 2021
Berklee College of Music is starting its first bachelor of arts program (most students receive a bachelor's of music) in music industry leadership and innovation. Glasgow Caledonian New York College is starting an M.S. in sustainable fashion.

August 17, 2021
Scholars and students face desperate circumstances following Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.

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