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November 28, 2017
American professor in Denmark says she’s being targeted by immigration officials for doing what academics do: sharing her findings with the public.

November 28, 2017
After John Jay College’s exhibit of art made by Guantánamo Bay detainees gained media attention, the Department of Defense halted the export of art from the island prison.

November 28, 2017
Hampton’s move to the Big South will affect the historically black Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

November 28, 2017
Assumption College is starting an undergraduate major in data analytics. Binghamton University of the State University of New York is starting a master of public health program.

November 27, 2017
Texas commissioner of higher education says outnumbered men are uncomfortable on some college campuses. How will the state navigate goals for growing numbers of male graduates in a world where the patriarchy women face is being laid bare?

November 27, 2017
As former gymnastics national team doctor pleads guilty to molestation charges, some ask whether university let abuse continue by failing to respond adequately to complaints about his conduct.

November 27, 2017
Many grant proposals are submitted without any kind of internal review. A new study suggests a major return on investment for institutions that help their researchers write better grants.

November 27, 2017
As states become more active in regulating the companies that collect and handle student loan payments, servicers seek answer from Secretary DeVos on whether federal policy pre-empts new rules.

November 27, 2017
States and institutions are still working out incentives and programs to get dual-credit instructors qualified to meet a change in accreditation standards.

November 22, 2017
University president apologizes after recording reveals how a graduate student was questioned over use of a video, which offended at least one student, of debate on nontraditional pronouns.

November 22, 2017
Colleges and universities aren’t eager to punish students who shout down speakers, but they must follow their own policies and foster an environment conducive to free speech, experts say.

November 22, 2017
A professor loses her job at SUNY Buffalo, and her advocates say she was denied not only a fair shot at keeping her position, but the ability to stay on health insurance while facing a life-threatening illness.

November 22, 2017
One institution shares how it put its students at the center of a cybersecurity-awareness campaign.

November 22, 2017
Observers expect a “market-oriented” approach, focused on the economy.

November 22, 2017
Pam Benoit, executive vice president and provost at Ohio University, has been chosen as senior vice president of academic affairs and provost at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Daryl Burckel, professor of accounting at McNeese State University, in Louisiana, has been named president there.

November 21, 2017
At Middle East Studies Association conference, scholars take on thorny questions related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in their teaching.

November 21, 2017
Full-time jobs in English and languages continue to decline, reaching a new low, says preliminary annual jobs report from the Modern Language Association.

November 21, 2017
New book explores how colleges were not created equal -- and how pressures have driven them to be even less so in recent decades.

November 21, 2017
Federal jury awards $1.165 million, finding discrimination in tenure denial by Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

November 21, 2017
Only four people showed up to protest the University of North Florida for suspending an avowed white nationalist student.

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