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Annual Provosts’ Survey Shows Need for AI Policies, Worries Over Campus Speech

Many institutions are not yet prepared to help their faculty members and students navigate artificial intelligence. That’s just one of multiple findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of chief academic officers.

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Lincoln Alumni Outraged by Reinstatement of President

An investigation cleared Lincoln University of Missouri’s president of charges he’d bullied an administrator who died by suicide. Some alumni and students object to his return.

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Higher Ed Workers Seek to Coordinate Nationally

A group called Higher Ed Labor United is trying to overcome the silos that divide unions and keep them from working together against the many threats to colleges and universities.

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Did an N.C. State Building Sicken Scores of Occupants?

Some current and former employees say they fear probable carcinogens in a campus building may have harmed them and students. They’re criticizing the university’s response.

Former UCSF Administrator Sentenced to Prison for Embezzling Tuition

A former administrator at the University of California, San Francisco, was sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered to...
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Administrator’s Suicide Leaves Campus Reeling With ‘Despair’ and ‘Disappointment’

The fallout at Lincoln University of Missouri prompted calls for the president’s firing and raised questions about the treatment of Black women in academe.

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Short-Staffed, Colleges Outsource Financial Aid Offices

Last month Kentucky State U and Bethany College outsourced financial aid services. Such moves reflect a challenging environment for professionals in the field.