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February 22, 2006
The Association of American Medical Colleges announced Tuesday that it would create a special panel to examine potential conflicts of interest in the relationships between pharmaceutical companies and medical schools, teaching hospitals and their employees. Jordan J.

February 22, 2006
Allen U. decides to drop football to focus its resources on more central priorities.

February 22, 2006
On Tuesday, more than five years after a university dean stopped the presses because she was not allowed to vet articles before publication, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider whether a student newspaper was illegally censored.

February 22, 2006
What does demise of his Harvard presidency suggest about academic leadership, faculty power and women in science?

February 21, 2006
Report finds decline in representation of women coaching women.

February 21, 2006
The Wall Street Journal, quoting anonymous sources, is reporting this morning that Lawrence H. Summers will resign as president of Harvard University this week.

February 21, 2006
Scientists plan to work with clergy to fight back against attacks on evolution.

February 21, 2006
'One size fits all' measures of higher education have spread around the world. A new study sees another approach, in Germany.

February 21, 2006
Supreme Court will rehear case that could affect the free speech rights of public college professors.

February 21, 2006
Governors in 3 states target student loan agencies for cash influx, but privatization worries critics.

February 20, 2006
President recommends that U. of Hawaii create controversial Navy research center, but bar classified work.

February 20, 2006
Reports circulate that board members are considering whether Harvard needs a change at the top.

February 20, 2006
NCAA says Mississippi College teams can continue to bear Native American name because local tribe approves.

February 20, 2006
Administrators' raises are getting larger again. The median salary increased by 3.5 percent during this academic year, compared to a 3.3 percent last year and a 2.5 percent increase the previous year. The 3.5 percent increase equals that of 2002-3.The data are from an annual survey conducted by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, which has been releasing annual data on administrative salaries since 1967 and released the latest information today.

February 20, 2006
Study questions whether students who finish AP courses -- even those who receive top score -- should receive college credit.

February 17, 2006
Most states don't have solid goals -- and that makes it harder to identify problems, report says.

February 17, 2006
Miami of Ohio said private-style approach would help state residents and low-income students. Now enrollments are falling.

February 17, 2006
Arizona Senate panel -- following complaint over "The Ice Storm" -- votes to give students right to demand alternative books.

February 17, 2006
Contributions to colleges rose by 4.9 percent in 2005, a second straight increase.

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