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January 6, 2017
College of DuPage is starting a certificate program in automotive service management. Louisiana State University at Alexandria is starting a bachelor of science program in health professions.

January 5, 2017
Whether colleges file for bankruptcy or wind down in other ways, closing is a complex, costly affair -- and the process doesn’t assure any support for professors or employees who may have worked without pay.

January 5, 2017
The world's largest scholarly journal, PLOS ONE, is seeing fewer and fewer researchers publish their work in it as the open-access publishing market evolves.

January 5, 2017
Presidents of public institutions in New York say they welcome Governor Cuomo's plan and could find ways to enroll many more. But they still have questions.

January 5, 2017
Study suggests the funds institutions gain aren’t going to instruction.

January 5, 2017
This month's episode of The Pulse podcast features an interview with A.W. (Tony) Bates, distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University and CEO of Tony Bates Associates.

January 4, 2017
New York's governor wants to make public higher education free for most students, setting off new debate on the concept.

January 4, 2017
Members of the Modern Language Association’s Delegate Assembly are set to debate a resolution to endorse the boycott of Israeli universities.

January 4, 2017
Under its first woman president, higher education’s chief lobbying group fought Obama ratings plan and embraced “innovation” agenda.

January 4, 2017
Months into the first year of an early FAFSA campaign, some campus financial aid offices are forced to sort out discrepancies arising from switch to prior-prior year income data.

January 4, 2017
New book dives deep into the profession of academic advising, offering direction on how advisers can best counsel students.

January 3, 2017
Duke warns professors about emails from someone claiming to be a student, seeking information about their courses -- many in fields criticized by some on the right. Some Michigan and Denver faculty members have received similar emails but from different source.

January 3, 2017
Marist, Olivet Nazarene and Talladega all face criticism for sending their bands.

January 3, 2017
Analysis finds that a 10 percent reduction in state appropriations is associated with a 12-17 percent increase in international undergraduate enrollment at public research universities.

January 3, 2017
University issues new statement, explicitly recognizing one of its faculty members' tweets about "white genocide" as "protected speech," but also stressing "importance of choosing one’s words thoughtfully."

January 3, 2017
A look at what happened in 2016 and what's to come in 2017 with Inside Higher Ed's fifth annual in-and-out list.

January 3, 2017
D.C. appeals court rules that bloggers who compared professor to Jerry Sandusky may be sued for defamation.

January 3, 2017
University releases report on actions of law professor that stunned campus and prompted calls for her dismissal. Professor -- and others -- object to findings.

December 29, 2016
While Ph.D.s in many fields face a tight job market, economics is thriving.

December 26, 2016
University issues statement on Christmas Day over post that said, "All I want for Christmas is white genocide." Update: Professor criticizes response to "satirical" comment.

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