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No-Confidence Votes for College Leaders Who Hid Negative DEI Report

Greenfield Community College leaders prematurely ended a partnership with a DEI consulting firm that issued a highly critical report. Employees are outraged. 

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Helping LGBTQ+ Students Thrive

Colleges and universities can invest in strategies to include, welcome and celebrate their LGBTQ+ community on campus.

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How First-Gen Mexican American Students Define Success

A recent report asks first-generation college students who are Mexican American to define what educational attainment means for them and what helps them achieve success.

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Florida Argues It Could Stop Professors From Criticizing Governor

A nationally prominent conservative lawyer, hired to defend the state’s Stop WOKE Act, asserted that what public university professors say in classrooms “is the government’s speech.” The national implications for academic freedom could be dire.

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Hiring Couples May Help Diversify Faculty Ranks, Tenure Pipeline

A new scorecard aims to provide academic couples comprehensive information about research institutions that are most supportive of dual-career scholars—and more likely to hire them for tenure-track positions.


The ‘Browning’ of America

Beyond the embrace of Black creativity in popular culture, is this country moving toward a transracial society?

Professor Fired for Attending Unite the Right Rally Sues

A Furman University professor who administrators have been investigating for his involvement in the 2017 Unite the Right rally in...
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House Republicans Advance Resolution to Block New Title IX Regs

In a busy Thursday meeting, the education committee also advanced the first legislation to combat antisemitism on campuses and block student athletes from unionizing. But LGBTQ+ protections sparked the hottest debate.