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We Need to Teach Students How to Implement

Faculty members commonly train students how to develop ideas but not how to make those ideas tangible, write Spencer Carlson, Liz Gerber and Matt Easterday.

PETA vs. UW’s Primate Center

A judge has prohibited the University of Washington from releasing the names of an animal research committee to PETA. The animal-rights organization is appealing, alleging mistreatment of primates.

‘Save the College’

Columbia University task force recommends restructuring the leadership of the undergraduate college, a donor favorite. Alumni, students and many professors object.

Tenure Awarded… at Anna Maria, Carleton, Ithaca, Middlebury, New Mexico Tech

Anna Maria College Darrell Matsumoto, art and design Matt Waldschlagel, philosophy Carleton College Rika E. Anderson, biology Rebecca Brückmann, history Wes...

Just Last Year

Notre Dame faces new questions about the professor who wrote a 2013 article that apparently influenced the mass shooting in Buffalo.

A Present of Things Past

Scott McLemee takes an early look at university press books coming this fall.

Are We Taking Gen Ed for Granted?

In light of survey results showing disconnects in general education, colleges can take steps to create more intentional, intelligible programs, Jennifer Hart writes.

A Scholars Program in Freeman Hrabowski’s Name

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is launching a $1.5 billion initiative to enhance diversity in the sciences. The program is named for the longtime UMBC president, who is retiring this year.