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Close up of viruses dyed purple and blue.

August 5, 2022
As the Biden administration declares a national health emergency, colleges are preparing for potential campus outbreaks while avoiding unnecessary panic and anti-LGBTQ+ stigma.
Ashley Ruba, a light-skinned woman with wavy hair, holds her award from the APA.

August 5, 2022
One scholar’s account of having to pay full conference registration to attend an award ceremony sparks new debate about high meeting costs.
Virginia Foxx, an older white woman with white hair and glasses.

August 5, 2022
Republicans introduce a bill that would block the Biden administration from enacting mass debt cancellation and reform some aspects of the federal student loan system.
Several students of various races laugh together.

August 5, 2022
Can technology help equalize students’ access to relationships that provide support, information and opportunity?

August 5, 2022
Michael Beck, senior dean of liberal arts at Wake Tech Community College, in North Carolina, has been appointed vice president of instruction at Alvin Community College, in Texas. Mindy Benson, interim president of Southern Utah University, has been named to the job on a permanent basis.
Two dark-skinned women wearing blue shirts hold bags of groceries and stand in front of shelves of canned food.

August 4, 2022
Some higher ed institutions are working to ease financial burdens on students and employees as the cost of food, gas and basic essentials continues to rise.
A clearing in a forest.

August 4, 2022
Drew University has accused Madison, N.J., officials, in a legal filing, of acting in bad faith by preventing the sale of university land.
Cover of The Interim by Daniel J. Bernardo shows cogs, like the inner workings of a clock.

August 4, 2022
Author discusses his new book on how to be an interim executive.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

August 4, 2022
Global survey of academics finds citation scores remain highly important factors in how scholars judge each other, despite international efforts to reduce their impact.

August 4, 2022
Ferris State University is starting a master of science in data science and analytics. Georgia Southern University is starting an accelerated bachelor’s-to-master’s program to assist undergraduate special education students with earning an advanced degree in special education in less time.
Screen shot of a Northeastern University webpage that says: Join Invest, a New Junior Faculty Hiring Initiative. The page shows a Black woman wearing lab gear.

August 3, 2022
Northeastern University’s College of Science says it’s now open to hiring Ph.D.s right out of graduate school as part of a new science faculty hiring program aimed at broadening the candidate pool.
A student carries a laundry basket from a car packed with belongings to a student residence hall.

August 3, 2022
Some colleges attribute long wait lists for campus housing to heightened demand for a residential experience following two-plus years of COVID-19 disruptions.
A person wearing a virtual reality headset.

August 3, 2022
Proponents say virtual reality boosts student engagement and achievement. Others worry it may prioritize corporate profits and violate student privacy. As 10 metaversities launch this fall, the details are being worked out in real time.
A light-skinned man wearing a white T-shirt and orange pants, similar to what prisoners sometimes wear, studies with several books.

August 3, 2022
The Education Department has proposed to expand Pell Grant eligibility to prisoners. Although this will provide the opportunity for many to earn a degree behind bars, questions still remain on how the program will assure access and equity.

August 3, 2022
Joanne Ardovini, dean of the Audrey Cohen School for Human Services, Education, Public Administration and Affairs, Community Health Education, and Emergency and Disaster Management at Metropolitan College of New York, has been chosen as provost and vice president for academic and student affairs at Gordon State College, in Georgia.

August 2, 2022
Officials at Eastern Michigan University say a new public-private partnership is the only way to solve their student housing woes. Some worry about a slide toward privatization.
Five police officers in uniform. One is a white woman and the others are men of color.

August 2, 2022
Tensions between Queens College public safety officers and staff and faculty of color have led to accusations of racism and heightened fear and distrust on both sides.
Logos of the University of Arizona Global Campus and Zovio.

August 2, 2022
University buys assets of publicly traded Zovio to bring management of its roughly 28,000 online students in-house, citing online program management’s “inherent conflict.” Glad you finally noticed, critics say.

August 2, 2022
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Students at a sit-in outside a Seattle Pacific academic building.

August 1, 2022
The Christian university is suing the Washington attorney general for investigating its anti-LGBTQ+ hiring practices, arguing it violates the institution’s First Amendment rights.

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