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131 Scholarships Affected by Texas DEI Ban

Texas public colleges are freezing or amending 131 scholarships with race-based eligibility requirements in order to comply with the state’s...

Professor Fired for Attending Unite the Right Rally Sues

A Furman University professor who administrators have been investigating for his involvement in the 2017 Unite the Right rally in...

Trustees Vote to Dissolve University of Kentucky Senate

The University of Kentucky Board of Trustees voted Friday morning to dissolve the university Senate, The Lexington Herald-Leader reported. The...

Stanford Misinformation Group to Keep Going Despite Reported Cuts

The Stanford Internet Observatory (SIO), one of the largest academic groups investigating misinformation, is pledging to continue its work following...

U of Rochester Receives $50M for New Medical Center

The University of Rochester has received a $50 million gift from entrepreneur B. Thomas Golisano, the college announced Thursday. The...

AI Can Help Student Success but Officials Need Guidance

A majority of student success directors, administrators and advisers say artificial intelligence (AI) can help identify students in need of...

Making Delivery Driver Parking More Efficient: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Ann Melissa Campbell, Clement T. and Sylvia H. Hanson Family Chair in Manufacturing Productivity and...

Alverno Declares Financial Exigency, Will Cut Programs and 37 Jobs

Alverno College’s Board of Trustees voted Friday to declare financial exigency, an emergency step that allows strained institutions to restructure...