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December 19, 2022
Faculty members and students at California State University, Chico, demand answers in a case involving a professor alleged to have lied about sleeping with a student and threatening professors who reported him.

December 19, 2022
The announcement that NYU would pause admissions to its music education program came as a shock to the whole department. Many questions remain unanswered.

December 19, 2022
Conflicts between administrators and professors drew readers as always, but one theme captivated our audience like no other this year: the turnover and demoralization of college and university employees.

December 19, 2022
The shift away from the Higher Learning Commission is possible because the WASC Senior College and University Commission has broadened its scope to include institutions wherever they reside.

December 19, 2022
From soulful to silly to celebratory, holiday video greetings from colleges and universities showcase their achievements of the past year and look forward to the one ahead.
Claudine Gay, a Black woman with short hair wearing glasses.

December 16, 2022
The university’s next president is Claudine Gay, the daughter of Haitian immigrants and first Black woman to lead the university. Gay is set to begin her presidency next summer.
Charlie Baker, a white man with gray hair, holds a microphone while standing in front of an American flag.

December 16, 2022
Charlie Baker, the departing Massachusetts governor and first politician to lead the NCAA, will try to chart a path out of the legal and political quagmire the organization is mired in.
Comments from student loan borrowers who had their wages garnished for defaulting.

December 16, 2022
Advocates are calling on the Education Department to shut down its system for wage garnishment until it can be deployed lawfully.
A person rides a scooter on a walkway on campus at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.

December 16, 2022
College administrators are increasingly banning e-scooters and other electric and motorized equipment on campuses due to safety concerns.

December 16, 2022
Erik P. Ankerberg, provost and senior vice president for academics and chief academic officer at Concordia University Chicago, has been chosen as president of Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor. Kim E. Armstrong, vice chancellor for student, equity and community affairs at Arkansas State University Three Rivers, has been appointed president of Clovis Community College, in California.
Illustration of a red fist holding a pencil.

December 15, 2022
Institutions issue recommendations on when and how departments should make political statements, if at all. This guidance generally urges caution, citing academic freedom risks.
A sculpture of a man thinking on Blue Mountain Community College's campus.

December 15, 2022
Oregon community college leaders are discussing how useful state preliminary enrollment data are to their institutions. Tracking enrollment trends at community colleges has proven to be challenging across the country.
Two rows of blue and yellow shipping container–style apartments on a grassy plot

December 15, 2022
Fisk University’s enrollment is growing faster than its student housing can accommodate. The solution: modular, cost-effective residential units built from shipping containers.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

December 15, 2022
President of the National U of Singapore discusses how global tensions affect universities in Asia.

December 15, 2022
Elmira College is starting a minor in data analytics. University of Cincinnati is starting a Ph.D. in health and rehabilitation sciences.
The historic Florida State Capitol Building in Tallahassee, Florida.

December 14, 2022
Education officials in Florida have been meeting with agencies as they seek a new accreditor for state colleges and universities. A lengthy and expensive process awaits.
President Biden, an older white man with white hair, at a microphone, and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, a middle-aged Hispanic man wearing glasses.

December 14, 2022
The Biden administration’s other plan to change how people pay back their loans could be safe from legal challenges.
A group of students seated around a conference table, each with a laptop in front of them.

December 14, 2022
Project at the University of Houston uses a virtual platform to train and encourage students to engage in civil discourse on controversial topics.
Common parking complaints include inconvenient parking and a lack of enough parking, plus having to pay for it, particularly if lots and garages feel unsafe or are poorly maintained.

December 14, 2022
Keeping parking areas maintained and safe are a few ways to positively sway overall student opinion of campus parking, as our infographic shows.
A professor and student confer in an office.

December 13, 2022
New resources and guidance are available for instructors keen to help students with mental health issues. Some say it’s too much to ask, others that it’s not enough to help.

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