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December 20, 2019
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December 19, 2019
New program tries to address student debt concerns after college dropped no-loan policy. Can its targeted, relatively inexpensive model work?

December 19, 2019
A new network of international education professionals is trying to get the field to face the crisis of climate change -- and the carbon emissions generated by student air travel -- head-on.

December 19, 2019
Civil service hostility and legislative complexities seen as obstacles.

December 19, 2019
Colleges send messages (and humor) to their friends.

December 19, 2019
Tony Allen, provost at Delaware State University, has been promoted to president there. Jack Bagwell, vice president for academic affairs at Piedmont Technical College, in South Carolina, has been selected as president of College of the Albemarle, in North Carolina.

December 18, 2019
Study suggests that professors should standardize their grading curves, saying it's an efficient way to boost women's enrollment in STEM.

December 18, 2019
Final exams and papers can compound end-of-semester anxiety. Colleges are increasingly offering students coping mechanisms and enhanced mental health services at this time of the year.

December 18, 2019
Arrupe College, a two-year institution attached to Loyola Chicago, surpasses its public counterparts in typical benchmarks of student success. Now, the Jesuits plan to spread the model elsewhere.

December 18, 2019
Congressional budget deal includes meaningful increases in funding for higher education and scientific research, ignoring deep slashes proposed by the Trump administration.

December 18, 2019
Starting Off Hampshire College is starting a campaign to raise $60 million by 2024. Thus far, $10.7 million has been raised. Finishing Up

December 17, 2019
Men frame their research findings more positively than do women, finds a new study. Why does that matter, and how should science respond?

December 17, 2019
While some institutions are having success speeding up instruction of English as a second language, some instructors are skeptical because of limited information about what models work best.

December 17, 2019
More employers are using applicant tracking systems to hire employees. Some colleges are using new AI-based tools, like VMock, to help students keep up.

December 17, 2019
Coconino Community College is starting an associate degree program to prepare veterinary technicians. Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is starting a B.A. program in esports. Lone Star College is offering its first bachelor's degrees: bachelor of science in nursing; bachelor of applied technology in cybersecurity; and bachelor of applied science in energy, manufacturing and trades management.

December 16, 2019
Stanford graduate students say it's unacceptable that dependent health-care premiums have increased 80 percent in a few years. Many are pushing for free health care for their kids.

December 16, 2019
Trump administration plans to create an experiment where a limited group of colleges could take on students' federal loan debt and have them repay it through income-share agreements.

December 16, 2019
A conservative Catholic college in Wyoming educates students in great books, horsemanship and other outdoors skills and bans cellphones on campus. It also turned down federal funding.

December 16, 2019
Students demand more transparency about University of Texas at Austin practices and policies on sexual misconduct by professors. At the same time, others question the continued employment of a professor not accused of or disciplined for misconduct but whose scholarship is based on controversial theories about pedophilia.

December 13, 2019
Federal appeals court ruling sets narrow standard for what institutions are expected to do when students commit sexual misconduct.

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