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Putting Services Where the Students Are—In DEI Offices

To better engage the campus community, some student affairs offices are placing liaisons in their diversity, equity and inclusion spaces.

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Annual Provosts’ Survey Shows Need for AI Policies, Worries Over Campus Speech

Many institutions are not yet prepared to help their faculty members and students navigate artificial intelligence. That’s just one of multiple findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of chief academic officers.

Duke Ends Scholarship for Black Students

Duke University has ended its Reginaldo Howard Scholars program, which granted full-ride merit scholarships to a small cohort of students...

Black Students Protest Racial Incident on St. Louis Campus

The Association of Black Students at Washington University in St. Louis recently held a sit-in at a campus dining hall...
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‘Weaponization of Plagiarism’ or Rigorous Standards Behind Provost's Ouster?

Anonymous tips about inaccurate citations on the CV of Clayton State University’s first Black female provost led to her firing. Some observers believe the complaints were motivated by more than earnest concern for academic integrity.

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Leaders of Sociology Group Resist Call for Ceasefire Resolution

Members of the American Sociological Association will now get a say, voting on whether to make their group the latest to call for an end to the war.

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Black Scholars Face Anonymous Accusations in Anti-DEI Crusade

Since right-wing firebrand Christopher Rufo helped bring down Harvard’s president, at least seven more scholars—most of them Black—have confronted accusations of plagiarism or research misconduct spread by conservative media.

CUNY Awarded $5M for Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Graduate Program

The City University of New York system has received $5 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to launch the...