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University of Michigan Halts Offers to Sell Student Data to Train AI

The University of Michigan said it asked one of its vendors to stop work, following an offer on social media...

Payroll Issues Prompt Canceled Classes at Saint Augustine’s

Some professors at struggling Saint Augustine’s University have unilaterally canceled classes, citing payroll problems. Now administrators are reassuring students that...

Columbia College Chicago President Steps Down

Columbia College Chicago president and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim is stepping down after recent tensions with faculty members and with cuts...

Scientists Decry Closure of Duke’s Herbarium

Duke University is closing its herbarium, which is among the largest herbaria in the country, housing more than 825,000 plant...

U of Colorado Settles Professor’s Retaliation Suit

The University of Colorado at Boulder has settled a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit that one of its law professors filed...

Textbook Affordability a Top Faculty Concern

Nearly two-thirds of faculty members view textbook affordability as a top priority for their universities, according to the annual Faculty...

Assessing Boys’ and Girls’ Potential in Chess: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Andrei Cimpian, professor of psychology at New York University, explores one example of how women...

Harvard Subpoenaed for Documents in House Antisemitism Investigation

House Republicans are escalating their ongoing investigation of antisemitism at Harvard University, serving subpoenas for documents to three senior officials...