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Dickinson State University musicians performing on their instruments, with "Welcome to Dickinson State University" and a hawk painted on the wall.

A Tenure Critic May Cut Faculty—by Ending Their Programs

Dickinson State University in North Dakota could lose its undergraduate degree offerings in English, math, music and other areas. 

A photo illustration of former Texas A&M president Kathy Banks

Getting Texas A&M Back on Track

Kathy Banks brought sweeping changes to Texas A&M University. Now, following her abrupt exit in July, a new report calls for a slate of course corrections.

Nichols President on Leave Amid Coast Guard Investigation

The president of Nichols College, Glenn Sulmasy, has taken a voluntary leave from his job amid an investigation into the...

Temple University President Dies Suddenly

Temple University acting president JoAnne Epps died Tuesday after collapsing on stage at a memorial service for a Temple scholar...
A photo illustration of Ron DeSantis and Richard Corcoran with a "now hiring" sign

The Administrative Overhaul of New College of Florida

Since February, Florida’s public liberal arts college has hired numerous employees with little or no experience in higher education but deep ties to the Republican Party.

La Sierra University President Steps Down Suddenly

La Sierra University president Joy A. Fehr stepped down suddenly last week following months of concerns from faculty members about...

Biden Administration Wants Florida Accreditation Lawsuit Tossed

The Biden administration is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from the state of Florida that argues the...
A physical therapy doctoral student at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore points to a poster with data and diagrams on it.

Repeated Objections Impede Program Development in Maryland

New programs recently proposed by Johns Hopkins and Towson Universities were contested by other colleges worried that they duplicate their own programs.