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SUNY Potsdam May End 14 Degree Programs

The State University of New York at Potsdam may eliminate 14 academic programs—including its bachelor’s degrees in Spanish, French and...

Northeastern U Grad Workers Overwhelmingly Unionize

Graduate student workers at Northeastern University have voted 1,130 to 70 to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board says. There...
Protesters march, holding signs saying, "We R On Strike for a Better Rutgers."

Rutgers Senate Says It’s Lost Confidence in President

After a historic, triple-union strike ended in the spring, Jonathan Holloway has continued to alienate many faculty members and other campus constituents.

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AI Meets Med School

Adding to academia’s AI embrace, two institutions in the University of Texas system are jointly offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence.

N.C. Legislators Gain More Power Over Community Colleges

The North Carolina state budget approved Friday prevents the governor from appointing members to the board that governs the state’s...
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. 

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States Underfunded Historically Black Land Grants by $13 Billion Over 3 Decades

The secretaries of agriculture and education have issued letters to 16 governors, urging them to rectify the inequities in funding.

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.