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June 1, 2017
International education professionals meeting this week for NAFSA’s annual conference confront a difficult political environment.

June 1, 2017
A leading Dutch business school is accused of giving influence over the curriculum and admissions to an oil company.

May 31, 2017
Why did Fresno State cancel a search for a professorship named after Edward Said? University says procedural errors occurred, but scholars say it didn't like the pool of Middle Eastern finalists with Palestinian research portfolios.

May 31, 2017
College leaders walk a tightrope between cuts and efforts to boost enrollment and revenue. Will faculty members follow, even as their numbers are reduced and they lose retirement contributions?

May 31, 2017
For community colleges, high school students are a growing population to serve, but some fear a lack of financial base for the programs amid fears they may be masking large declines in other enrollments.

May 31, 2017
University of Utah’s new certificate program raises a question: Do students with liberal arts degrees need more to get a job?

May 31, 2017
Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Carroll University are starting an M.A. in clinical mental health counseling. Hawaii Pacific University is starting a doctor of nursing practice program.

May 30, 2017
University’s boundary-testing deal poses a test for its accreditor and could set new precedents about online education and the role of public universities.

May 30, 2017
Students demand firing of Evergreen State professor. Police chief urges him to stay off campus for his safety. Supporters say he’s the one upholding principles of equity.

May 30, 2017
Political philosophy journal, subject of two scathing open letters, apologizes for lack of black authors.

May 30, 2017
Though a new pro-LGBTQ group on Samford University’s campus has been approved by both students and faculty, it has roiled Alabama Baptists.

May 30, 2017
The university lays off dozens of remote, part-time staffers (with plans to hire full-timers) as part of a reorganization process ahead of projected enrollment growth for its competency-based division.

May 26, 2017
Decision says the administration’s policy discriminates unconstitutionally on the basis of religion.

May 26, 2017
New commissioned research from NAFSA: Association of International Educators looks at perceptions of partnering with corporate providers to establish pathway programs for international students.

May 26, 2017
Republicans in Congress press issue of improper payments by Department of Education and suggest possible subpoena of former student aid chief.

May 26, 2017
Evidence points to board discussing possible removal even as members deny knowledge of plans for change.

May 26, 2017
But plan could still go forward.

May 26, 2017
Agnes Scott College Yael Manes, history Nicole Stamant, English Jason Solomon, music Bates College Jason Castro, neuroscience Caroline Shaw, history Mara Tieken, education Carleton College

May 25, 2017
New York judge says Yeshiva University, based on its own policies, can't terminate tenure-track professors for financial reasons.

May 25, 2017
Education secretary finally responds, without detail, to Democratic lawmakers who sought answers on status of promised student loan discharge claims for defrauded borrowers.

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