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January 8, 2020
The wide availability of cheap new education-related web addresses is creating a headache for university brand managers.

January 8, 2020
Two grad students convinced the University of Virginia to save and store its library's card catalog, arguing that researchers and historians can use the cards.

January 8, 2020
Northern Vermont University is starting an online M.A. in education with a concentration in digital media instruction. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is starting an undergraduate degree in biological neuroscience.

January 7, 2020
What happens when racial incidents are viewed differently by students who experience them in real time and administrators who try to address the incidents after the fact? At American University, the answer is complicated.

January 7, 2020
Historians approve an anti-ICE resolution but vote down anti-Israel proposals at their annual meeting. They also show support for nontenured colleagues.

January 7, 2020
Small college presidents often feel their programs aren't valued by the labor market, but they heard otherwise from a major employer Monday.

January 7, 2020
The University of Maine's College Republicans chapter's "America First" politics and controversial social media posts have alienated some members and prompted its faculty adviser to quit.

January 7, 2020
Leah Barrett, vice president for student affairs at Northern Wyoming Community College District, has been selected as president of Northeast Community College, in Nebraska.

January 6, 2020
All but three states reported year-over-year increases in funding for public higher education, annual survey of state financing finds.

January 6, 2020
Should more historians weigh in on current policy debates? Panelists at historians' annual gathering say yes.

January 6, 2020
Election polling by colleges pays off with publicity and opportunities for students. But some are changing their methods as polling costs increase.

January 6, 2020
Ann Bain, dean of the College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been promoted to executive vice chancellor and provost there. Paul Broadie, president of Gateway Community College and Housatonic Community College, in Connecticut, has been appointed president of Santa Fe College, in Florida.

January 3, 2020
Working paper finds endowment managers shouldn't ignore divestment calls solely because of fears about falling returns.

January 3, 2020
Legal scholars are increasingly adopting and creating free textbooks in an attempt to increase affordability for students. But are these textbooks considered open educational resources?

January 3, 2020
Community college in New York is betting on partnerships with other countries and local faith organizations to increase its sagging enrollment.

January 3, 2020
Authors discuss their book on science and architecture.

January 3, 2020
Ferrum College is starting its first graduate programs: a specialist in education in teacher leadership and coaching, and a master of science in psychology. Naropa University is starting a master of arts in yoga studies.

January 2, 2020
A report reviewing a student sit-in at Johns Hopkins last spring found that protesters and administrators had different interpretations of how the occupation of a building led to clashes with police.

January 2, 2020
A lawsuit at Saint Anselm is centered on the question of powers held by members of the religious order versus those held by the Board of Trustees.

January 2, 2020
A look at what happened in 2019 and what’s to come in 2020 with Inside Higher Ed’s eighth annual in-and-out list.

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