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June 4, 2018
At forum on international education, university officials say they're not backing down from efforts to expand education offerings abroad.

June 1, 2018
Two groups issue joint statement on "increasingly threatened" disciplines and approaches.

June 1, 2018
A new report argues for letting a tax deduction that benefits high-earning grad students expire. It's part of a drumbeat of proposals to restrict federal benefits for graduate students.

June 1, 2018
As downloads of free scholarly books soar, what's getting read?

June 1, 2018
Policy experts speak about the myriad regulatory and subregulatory changes that are in ways potentially big and small changing the landscape for international students and scholars in the U.S.

June 1, 2018
Ex-president of seminary, a week after being eased into new paid positions, is fired amid reports of how he handled a report of sexual assault at a previous institution.

June 1, 2018
Centre College Dina Badie, government and international studies Michael K. Bradshaw, computer science Sara Egge, history Aaron Godlaski, psychology and behavioral neuroscience Kerry Paumi, chemistry Ravi Radhakrishnan, economics David M. Toth, computer science Brett Werner, environmental studies Clarkson University Jason Schmitt, communication and media Dominican University, in Illinois

May 31, 2018
University of Michigan gives students who say they've been assaulted a rape kit rather than sending them to the local hospital, which administrators say benefits survivors.

May 31, 2018
Savannah State professors object to a new, unwritten policy judging their teaching effectiveness by how many D or F grades they give.

May 31, 2018
A Republican member of the House education committee and former two-year-college leader explains why he wants to repeal the college endowment tax and also describes where higher education is falling short.

May 31, 2018
A social justice curriculum paired with student support services and specially trained faculty members has helped two San Francisco-based colleges increase completion rates.

May 31, 2018
Ministry reorganization seen as part of effort to promote research excellence.

May 31, 2018
Martha Burger, senior vice president of human and corporate resources at Chesapeake Energy Corporation, in Oklahoma, has been chosen as president of Oklahoma City University. Marta Yera Cronin, vice president of academic affairs at Indian River State College, in Florida, has been selected as president of Columbia Gorge Community College, in Oregon.

May 30, 2018
New findings tweak "traditional" label for presidents, asking whether U.S. public colleges and universities these days are being led by more nonacademics than we think.

May 30, 2018
National Academies report urges program data transparency and a focus on core competencies.

May 30, 2018
The prophylactic drug PrEP is being prescribed more at institutions, despite concerns from some college health officials.

May 30, 2018
At international education conference, sessions focus on challenges faced by international students, both those perceived by faculty and those reported by students.

May 29, 2018
Rift among feminist scholars raises issue of how Me Too movement plays out when accused has been important voice in Latino literature -- and may be facing more criticism than white authors accused of worse.

May 29, 2018
With scandal over gynecologist's abuse of students growing, Southern California announces "orderly transition" just days after board leaders said they backed the president.

May 29, 2018
When a college is named for two slave owners, one of whom was a Confederate hero, history is complicated. Can Washington and Lee keep its name and still be seen as welcoming to all?

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