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July 23, 2021
Roger Hughes is one of a growing number of university presidents who came into the role from outside academia.

July 23, 2021
Association of American Medical Colleges recommends vaccine mandates for medical schools and teaching hospitals.

July 23, 2021
Advocates and lawmakers say allowing student loan payments to resume Oct. 1 could lead to “disaster.”

July 23, 2021
Ruling by English officials is expected to lead to deep cuts at institutions.

July 23, 2021
Hobart and William Smith Colleges will offer a master of science in management. Lawrence Technological University is starting bachelor's and master's degrees in business data analytics.

July 22, 2021
Trinity Washington University will clear the unpaid balances of 400 undergraduates and relieve them of the debt that often hinders students from completing college.

July 22, 2021
It’s not unusual for senators to hold up the confirmation of presidential nominees -- but it is unusual when the holdup comes from a member of the president’s own party.

July 22, 2021
Some Jewish members are quitting over the organization’s stance on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

July 22, 2021
The unabashed “Ivy League alternative,” birthed from an investor-backed start-up, gains a very traditional stamp of approval.

July 22, 2021
Albany Law School finished a three-year campaign, raising $33 million. The original goal was $30 million. Carleton College has raised more than $491 million to finish a campaign that started with a goal of $400 million. The campaign ran for six years.

July 21, 2021
Seven of the appropriations bills approved by the House committee include funding that would go directly to colleges and universities.

July 21, 2021
Medgar Evers College gets a new infusion of cash, which college leaders expect to have a lasting impact on students and surrounding neighborhoods in Brooklyn that were hard-hit by the pandemic.

July 21, 2021
The California Community Colleges system will require students to take an ethnic studies course. The new policy follows legislation that established a similar requirement at the California State University system last year.

July 21, 2021
Governor Andy Beshear announced a review of the university’s finances soon after M. Christopher Brown resigned.

July 21, 2021
Alison Byerly, president of Lafayette College, in Pennsylvania, has been appointed president of Carleton College, in Minnesota. Amy K. Donahue, vice provost for academic operations at the University of Connecticut, has been named provost and chief academic officer at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, also in Connecticut.

July 20, 2021
Federal judge finds Indiana was reasonably pursuing legitimate public health aims in first court decision considering the constitutionality of a college’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement.

July 20, 2021
Eloy Ortiz Oakley, chancellor of the California Community Colleges system, will temporarily serve as a special adviser in the U.S. Department of Education. The move was applauded by higher education leaders.

July 20, 2021
Student veterans who received benefits from the Post-9/11 GI Bill had lower earnings for seven to nine years after leaving the Army, a new NBER working paper showed. 

July 20, 2021
Survey reveals what education policy makers working on behalf of students need to know about solutions that students support for making college more affordable and equitable.

July 19, 2021
AAUP says COVID-19 and years of unstable funding have led to “an existential threat to shared governance and academic freedom.”

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