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November 17, 2020
California Lutheran University is starting a minor in public health. Emerson College and the International College of Management, in Australia, are launching a bachelor of arts in the business of creative enterprises.

November 16, 2020
A survey found that new international enrollments dropped by 43 percent this fall. It also provides the first glimpse of the effects of the pandemic on international exchange and insight into pre-pandemic trends.

November 16, 2020
University of Miami law professor says he's being fired for his controversial views. Some colleagues have spoken out against him, but some worry about making him a martyr.

November 16, 2020
While it hasn't gotten much attention, Biden's campaign pledge to deal with the long-standing disparity in research grants encourages HBCUs.

November 16, 2020
This weekend, at least four colleges announced they are moving classes online. Michigan ordered a three-week pause in in-person instruction. Fifteen football games were canceled or postponed, and University of Tennessee athletics staff have refused pay cuts.

November 13, 2020
Liberal students, and even some conservatives, feel hopeful that Joe Biden's election will lead to less divisive dialogue on campus and make strides for students of color. But some students on the right worry their free speech rights could be compromised.

November 13, 2020
Promising news about potential vaccine candidates brings a shred of hope to higher ed, but medical experts say “normal” is still several months away.

November 13, 2020
Vice chancellor suspended for not filling key posts. Cases related to sexual harassment have been pending for two years.

November 12, 2020
It's been a hard four years for supporters of international education. Experts expect a reset in international education policies under Biden, but caution that damage to the once-welcoming image of the United States can't be easily erased.

November 12, 2020
A group of new liberal arts college presidents of color has formed an alliance to collectively address issues of racial diversity, equity and inclusion on their campuses.

November 12, 2020
Colleges and universities are making progress on efforts to serve disabled students, but some advocates and scholars say higher ed has been slow to recognize disability as an identity group or include it in programming around diversity and inclusion.

November 12, 2020
Undergraduate enrollment is still down across higher education, according to the latest National Student Clearinghouse report. Black and Hispanic enrollment in community colleges is still down more than white and Asian enrollment.

November 12, 2020
Syracuse, Hilbert and Niagara among New York private colleges to abandon in-person learning earlier than planned. Outbreaks disrupt college football schedule and start to basketball season.

November 12, 2020
Bates College Brett Huggett, biology Geneviève Robert, earth and climate sciences Trinity University, in Texas

November 11, 2020
Whom will the president-elect pick for the top higher education position?

November 11, 2020
Several private colleges say their high sticker prices have scared students off in the past and that newly announced tuition resets were planned long before COVID-19 struck.

November 11, 2020
Students are frustrated about a lack of career exploration in college, and some universities seek a bigger role for professors as career mentors.

November 11, 2020
Another half dozen institutions shift to virtual learning as coronavirus cases spike around them.

November 10, 2020
Professors and graduate students urge caution on spring plans for in-person instruction.

November 10, 2020
The battle for control of the Senate appears headed to two runoff elections in Georgia, with ramifications for higher education.

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