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November 14, 2018
What a difference a chair makes: study finds female chairs improve departments' gender diversity and equity.

November 14, 2018
As Amazon green-lights two new headquarters in New York and Northern Virginia, universities and colleges scramble to create a talent pipeline for tens of thousands of high-paying tech jobs.

November 14, 2018
More Pell Grant recipients attended community colleges last summer, survey finds, after the federal government reinstated eligibility for year-round grants.

November 14, 2018
A professor at UT San Antonio was recorded calling the police on an African American student who had propped her feet up on the seat in front of her.

November 14, 2018
University moves to acquire a 210-student college in London, the New College of the Humanities, which attracted an all-star roster of visiting professors but has struggled to meet enrollment and financial goals. What's in it for Northeastern and NCH?

November 14, 2018
After years of avoiding public comment about her college years, the former first lady uses autobiography to describe what it was like to be a working-class black student at an elite, predominantly white campus.

November 13, 2018
The number of new international students fell by 6.6 percent at U.S. universities in fall 2017, and the decline appears to be continuing this fall, according to new data.

November 13, 2018
The number of Americans studying abroad continues to increase and grow more racially diverse. Participation in short-term programs is booming, while the number of students studying abroad for a full year is decreasing.

November 13, 2018
Scholars will launch interdisciplinary journal that allows authors to publish under pseudonyms, citing recent threats against polarizing academics. Some like the idea, while posing practical and ethical objections.

November 13, 2018
Democratic takeover promises sharp change in direction for science committee, whose GOP leaders had promoted climate change denialism, meddled in federal grant making and badgered researchers.

November 13, 2018
New study says the evolving economy creates a greater need for their skills, but that many colleges could do better at thinking about what graduates can do and helping them translate that into jobs.

November 12, 2018
Former Harvard dean's tweet against required faculty diversity statements sets off debate.

November 12, 2018
Mary Baldwin shut down an art exhibit after two days when some students said images were racist. But artists say their work was about -- but decidedly not supporting -- the glorification of the Confederacy.

November 12, 2018
Amid contentious battle over alleged voter suppression, college's president urges students to be sure their votes are counted.

November 12, 2018
Public university group brings together 130 universities and systems in 16 "clusters" that will seek to improve student access and completion while curbing equity gaps.

November 12, 2018
In what critics say is another bad decision for the U of Louisville Foundation, it's suing a professor it partnered with to launch a failed personalized medicine lab.

November 12, 2018
University ends rule for female athletes after article draws widespread criticism of the ban.

November 9, 2018
Some at Michigan are asking why a famous music professor was granted tenure soon after a misconduct investigation that was later allegedly reopened.

November 9, 2018
At same time, gaps between underrepresented minority students and everyone else are narrowing.

November 9, 2018
Southern California campuses shaken by attack in bar full on "college night." 2 students and recent graduate are among those killed. Plus links to background on some of the many other mass shootings with victims tied to academe.

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