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Why Emporia State Axed 33 Employees

Emporia State cut tenured faculty as part of a controversial workforce-management policy. Officials promise a reinvestment of resources, but critics distrust leadership and fear the worst.

A Women’s College Goes Coed, and ‘Chaos Ensues’

Notre Dame of Maryland University abruptly announced it would begin admitting male undergraduates next fall to combat enrollment declines. Backlash from students and alumnae was swift.

New Programs: Education, Supply Chain Logistics, Quantum Computing

Eastern Florida State College is starting two new tracks in its science teaching B.S.: one for teaching chemistry in grades...

Capital Campaign Watch: Penn College, St. Bonaventure

Starting Out St. Bonaventure University has launched a campaign to raise $125 million by 2025. The college has already raised...

New Affiliate Network Launches to Meet Colleges’ Needs

Core Education Services will help small and midsize colleges with such challenges as employee recruitment, enrollment and technology modernization, among other things.

New Programs: Occupational Therapy, Educational Leadership, Public Health

Ithaca College is starting a six-year undergraduate-plus-doctoral degree program in occupational therapy. Jacksonville University is starting an Ed.D. in educational...

University Boards: Divest From Uyghur Genocide

University governing boards should answer their students’ call and divest from Chinese companies complicit in genocide against Uyghurs, Keith Krach writes.

New Programs: IT, Statistics, Truck Driving

Ohio Dominican University is starting majors in cybersecurity, data science and information technology. Purdue University is starting an online master...