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University of Florida Tech-Focused Campus Plan Gets Financial Boost

The University of Florida’s plan to open a tech- and business-focused graduate campus in Jacksonville is getting closer to becoming...
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New Jersey Community College Leaders Fight Potential Funding Cut

The institutions stand to lose $20 million if the governor’s current budget proposal passes. The college’s leaders are hopeful their advocacy can stave off the cut.

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Federal Innovation Push Brings ‘Moment of Change’ for Community Colleges

As the National Science Foundation ramps up investment in technological innovation, community colleges are training the workforce needed to support emerging scientific advances.

Aerial view of the rice harvest at 3S Ranch, near El Campo, Texas.

Farm Bill Proposals Boost Research Facilities and HBCUs

But a political impasse over SNAP benefits could make the bill impossible to pass, at least in 2024.

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Penn. Lawmakers Propose Dueling Plans to Overhaul Higher Ed

Both parties have introduced separate bills outlining their own vision on how best to carry out the higher education overhaul Governor Shapiro called for in January.

Howard Board Revokes Sean (Diddy) Combs’s Honorary Degree, Returns Donation

Howard University revoked an honorary degree given to hip hop mogul Sean (Diddy) Combs after a recently released video showed...
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The Uncertain Future of Private Research Universities

The growing share of research costs covered by institutions risks making the private research university business model unsustainable, Robert A. Brown writes.

Three women stand with signs. One red sign features scissors and reads, “These cuts won’t heal.”

Long Wait Lists for Introductory English at City College of San Francisco

Some faculty and students say the community college isn’t offering enough sections of the often required course, leading to program completion delays and frustration.