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November 4, 2019
Getting a job increasingly requires going through an interview on an AI platform. Some colleges are trying to prepare their students for these nonhuman interactions, but many institutions are just getting acclimated to this new technology.

November 1, 2019
Trump administration calls its final rules on accreditation and state approval of online providers a rightsizing of bureaucracy that protects students. Consumer advocates and Democrats see an unraveling of federal oversight.

November 1, 2019
A community college trustee in New Jersey outraged some students and professors by attending a straight pride parade. What should the expectations be for trustee activities and speech unrelated to the college?

November 1, 2019
It's more common than you might think. And that's a bad thing for trainees and for science, a new study says.

November 1, 2019
Authors discuss their new book explaining higher education to those who work with it but aren't in it.

November 1, 2019
Bates College Krista Aronson, psychology Anita Charles, education Travis Gould, physics Michael Rocque, sociology University of the South Kristen Cecala, biology Aaron Elrod, economics Ross Macdonald, English Shana Minkin, international and global studies Courtney Thompson, American studies and women’s and gender studies Courtney World, dance

October 31, 2019
Report features broad new data on 36 million Americans who left college without a credential, including 3.8 million who returned to college in the last five years, nearly one million of whom completed.

October 31, 2019
Clark University dismisses a graduate student who complained about possible gender discrimination and research misconduct, saying she couldn't find a new adviser within 30 days.

October 31, 2019
American University students are angry about what they saw as racist treatment of a black student forcibly removed from her university-owned apartment by police. University officials say the students jumped to conclusions but offer little explanation of what happened, or why.

October 31, 2019
Colleges and universities have perhaps more than their fair share of ghost sightings.

October 31, 2019
Can he achieve the country's goals for higher education?

October 30, 2019
Oct. 30, 2019 -- Inside Higher Ed's 2019 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology, conducted in association with Gallup, can be downloaded here, free. Inside Higher Ed regularly surveys key higher ed professionals on a range of topics. On Thursday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. Eastern, Inside Higher Ed will present a free webcast to discuss the results of the survey. Register for the webcast here. The Inside Higher Ed Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology was made possible in part with support from Sonic Foundry, Course Hero and Portfolium.

October 30, 2019
The National Collegiate Athletic Association's governing board votes to allow college athletes to be compensated in third-party sponsorship deals.

October 30, 2019
UT Austin faculty group wants the institution to fix what it says is a system that marginalizes Hispanics.

October 29, 2019
Across California, institutions are grappling with how best to provide for students and employees while combating power outages and poor air quality. For many, this is the new normal.

October 29, 2019
Mergers are “one more tactical arrow in a strategic quiver,” according to authors of new book offering practical advice on higher ed M&A.

October 29, 2019
American Academy of Religion releases new guidelines on what undergraduates should understand about all religions prior to getting their degrees.

October 29, 2019
Agnes Scott College has started master's programs in applied technology, social innovation and writing and digital communication. Georgian Court University is starting a master's of science in communication and digital marketing. San Bernardino Valley College is starting a certificate program in medical billing and coding.

October 28, 2019
St. John's College gambled its finances and its reputation when it cut tuition and turned to donors to replace lost revenue. Applications shot up, as did donations. Can this new financial model be the answer for making college more affordable?

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