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January 29, 2019
Study finds no relationship between pay for public university presidents and money brought in from state appropriations or fund-raising.

January 29, 2019
U of Illinois Faculty Senate is considering what to do about students who want to disrupt classes over political disagreements with professor.

January 29, 2019
Liberty University is standing by its chief information officer despite reports that he accepted cash to rig online polls for Donald Trump.

January 29, 2019
Opposition came from those who said rules would be unfair to institutions in California and those that serve minority students.

January 29, 2019
Field's faculty jobs outlook was constant last year after years of disappearing positions.

January 28, 2019
Small-college leaders share how their institutions have attempted to ward off enrollment crises before they happen.

January 28, 2019
A professor at Duke University steps down from her administrative role after sending an email to students suggesting they not speak Chinese in student lounge and study areas.

January 28, 2019
While competency-based education is spreading gradually, interest and optimism about it remain high, and experts say careful growth is best.

January 28, 2019
Legal experts ponder whether public universities can ask students who are racist or who misbehave to leave. Has this become the new strategy to avoid kicking them out and facing First Amendment backlash?

January 28, 2019
University of the Cumberlands does not have to pay its former president compensation totaling $400,000 per year in a case that called into question contracts and promises.

January 25, 2019
Green Mountain College in Vermont tried many of the most popular strategies to set itself up to survive in the face of harsh population trends, but it didn't work. What does that mean for other private liberal arts colleges?

January 25, 2019
Liberal education advocates discuss ways to "reclaim" conversations about academe -- in part by not using the term "liberal arts."

January 25, 2019
What if the critics are (mostly) wrong? Author discusses his new book about why American colleges and universities are stronger than many believe, even though they do face challenges.

January 25, 2019
About 30 Palestinian students studying on State Department-sponsored scholarships will see their funding lapse in apparent unintended consequence of new law making it easier for U.S. victims of terror attacks to pursue claims against Palestinian government.

January 25, 2019
Two new governors want to raise the profile of state coordinating boards, but legislators and public flagship universities may balk at the idea.

January 25, 2019
College administrators are figuring out how electronic cigarettes, which are exploding in popularity, fit into their antismoking policies.

January 24, 2019
Green Mountain says it couldn't chart a path toward financial stability. This semester will be its last.

January 24, 2019
Study documents decline in languages offered for instruction at American colleges over three-year period.

January 24, 2019
A dazzling array of works from 1923 are now available freely to scholars, artists and writers, opening up new possibilities for teaching and publishing.

January 24, 2019
Private investment firm, through newly created nonprofit, buys several Art Institutes and South University campuses, raising concerns about transparency and the viability of former for-profit institutions.

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