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January 2, 2018
After a year of turmoil over his social media comments, George Ciccariello-Maher writes that it is no longer safe for him to teach at Drexel.

January 2, 2018
“Sizable minority” of women have experienced inappropriate treatment at annual political science event, association survey finds.

January 2, 2018
A look at what happened in 2017 and what’s to come in 2018 with Inside Higher Ed’s sixth annual in-and-out list.

January 2, 2018
Proposed requirements for occupational therapists to have more advanced degrees to work in the field could cause problems for community colleges.

December 22, 2017
Concept may have been the most ambitious plan by a foreign university to build a branch campus in the U.S.

December 22, 2017
A Western-style university in Russia is hamstrung as authorities keep denying its license to teach.

December 22, 2017
A proposed policy statement has reignited the question of whether the associate or bachelor's degree should be the entry-level requirement in the nursing profession.

December 22, 2017
Author discusses new book on social science research in era of big data.

December 22, 2017
Kimberly Beatty, vice chancellor for instructional services and chief academic officer at Houston Community College, in Texas, has been appointed chancellor of Metropolitan Community College, in Kansas.

December 21, 2017
Prison education programs are often aimed at reducing recidivism and helping prisoners find careers once they’re no longer behind bars. So what happens when a prisoner doesn’t have a release date?

December 21, 2017
Department's decision is major departure from Obama administration, which provided full relief for approved claims. Advocates for students say policy provides inadequate help and creates confusion.

December 21, 2017
Student blasts Georgia Tech for monitoring his social media accounts, including details about his travel plans and activist work on campus.

December 21, 2017
Humanoid robot completes course in philosophy of love in what is purportedly a world first.

December 21, 2017
Most Dutch universities are missing goals for hiring increased share of female faculty members.

December 20, 2017
College enrollments in the U.S. decline for a sixth straight year -- although at a slower rate -- while the bachelor's degree got more popular.

December 20, 2017
A departmental committee told a professor he had to teach Judith Butler in his class in the name of gender balance. He refused. As for Butler, she doesn’t want her work forced on him.

December 20, 2017
New study of economics professors' research effort and impact says they're not exactly "swinging for the fences" after getting tenure.

December 20, 2017
Paper in The French Review titled “Islamism’s Conquest of the French Republic” draws outcry, not only on charges of Islamophobia, but on its scholarly merit. An editor who joined in criticism is fired.

December 20, 2017
Protests and altercation at St. Louis Community College board meeting highlight division over layoffs and a budget deficit in a large district that is losing students.

December 19, 2017
Study finds that men speak twice as often as women do at colloquiums, a difference that can't be explained away by rank, speaker pool composition or women's interest in giving talks.

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