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September 16, 2020
Graduate students and RAs at the University of Michigan are on strike over the university's COVID-19 response.

September 16, 2020
University of Chicago English says it's only admitting Black studies Ph.D. candidates for 2021 admissions cycle, citing Black Lives Matter and the field's complicated history with regard to race.

September 16, 2020
Some Democrats and some Republicans don't fit neatly into their expected boxes on the issue.

September 16, 2020
Experts argue that asynchronous learning is a valuable tool, especially now. But it needs to be done in a thoughtful way to help students succeed.

September 16, 2020
A large survey and a series of reports from a group of research institutions found that students of color and low-income students are in a worse state than white and higher-income peers during the pandemic.

September 15, 2020
Some health experts push back against an undercurrent of pessimism about college reopenings.

September 15, 2020
Despite millions in guaranteed revenue, experts agree establishing the University of Arizona Global Campus will not be risk-free for Arizona.

September 15, 2020
Clarion, California and Edinboro Universities in western Pennsylvania are now marked for affiliation.

September 15, 2020
Colleges need to engage faculty and incorporate experiential learning to continue improving guided pathways programs, report finds.

September 15, 2020
Cedarville University is starting two online master of arts programs, one in worship and theology and the other in biblical leadership. City University of New York's School of Professional Studies is launching a master of science in health information management.

September 14, 2020
Professors say faculty burnout is always a real threat, but especially now, and that institutions should act before it’s too late.

September 14, 2020
Adtalem bets big on health-care education with acquisition of Walden University in the face of an uncertain landscape for for-profits.

September 14, 2020
The president of Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y., moved into a neighborhood near campus to make sure students follow pandemic rules. So far, it seems to be working.

September 14, 2020
Colleges temporarily suspend in-person classes, San Francisco State lays off staff, colleges begin to announce spring plans, some students party on and a college suspends its wrestling program.

September 11, 2020
According to an Inside Higher Ed analysis of federal elections data, employees at colleges and universities have donated five times as much to Joe Biden as to Donald Trump.

September 11, 2020
A mountain of troubling data about rising mental health problems has health advocates and providers worried about the need for additional support for struggling students and the ability of colleges to provide it.

September 11, 2020
Colleges are using virtual events and blending modes of learning and reaching out to students one-on-one to build community in the age of COVID-19.

September 11, 2020
At Georgia College and State University, one in 10 on-campus students has had COVID-19.

September 11, 2020
He sees funding failing to meet Europe's ambitions for science.

September 11, 2020
California State University, Fresno

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