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The Next Step in Equity Work

Prioritizing community college transfer students is the next, necessary step for four-year colleges, Charlotte Gullick and Wendy Maragh Taylor write.

Purdue Will Pay $737K Over False Grant Application Allegations

Purdue University will pay the federal government $737,400 to settle allegations that a researcher falsified data, according to a news...

UF President, Ex-FAU Contender Argue Over Israel-Nazi Post

One former Republican politician who now leads a Florida public university is criticizing a current GOP politician who was floated...
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Online Enrollments Spike at Community Colleges

Federal data suggest larger shares of students at two-year colleges are enrolling online. Higher ed experts say the trend calls for more online supports.

Weill Cornell Med College Postdocs Unionize in Lopsided Vote

Weill Cornell Medical College postdoctoral researchers voted to unionize this week, shortly after graduate student workers at the affiliated Cornell...
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Foreign Language Enrollment Sees Steepest Decline on Record

The MLA’s new census shows plummeting class head counts far outstripped the general student enrollment decrease. Korean continued its rise, while Western European languages further shrank.

UF Professors Blocked as Witnesses Win $374K in Legal Fees

A judge has awarded nearly $374,000 in legal expenses to the three University of Florida professors who sued the institution...

University of Phoenix’s Accreditor Approves Deal With Idaho

The Higher Learning Commission, which accredits the University of Phoenix and roughly 500 other colleges across the United States, has...