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August 2, 2019
New data on the first three jobs held by graduates of six popular majors show career pathways are a swirl rather than a straight line, and that college degrees typically do create a foundation for entering the workforce.

August 2, 2019
Many regulatory changes sought by the Trump administration in an accreditation overhaul reflect shortcomings found at for-profit accreditor restored by Betsy DeVos.

August 2, 2019
At Lyon College, concerns over the fates of other liberal arts colleges has spurred a new approach to governing board size.

August 2, 2019
Responding to recent controversies in South Carolina and Alaska, federal panel on accreditation will study how regional agencies should monitor politicians' influence over public colleges.

August 2, 2019
Starting Off College of the Atlantic has started a two-year campaign to raise $50 million. Thus far, $41 million has been raised. Priorities include new facilities and financial aid. Finishing Up

August 1, 2019
New data from Council of Graduate Schools show nonlinear career paths and cross-sector movement among Ph.D.s three, eight and 15 years postgraduation, with implications for graduate training.

August 1, 2019
Author discusses approaches that work to get students to the finish line.

August 1, 2019
The country's hopes are built on competition.

August 1, 2019
Albertus Magnus College is starting an undergraduate major in cybersecurity. Coastal Carolina Community College is starting an associate in applied science program in air-conditioning, heating and refrigeration technology. Grand Rapids Community College is starting an associate's degree in pre-sports management. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is starting a minor in data science and engineering.

July 31, 2019
A State Department official says Chinese students are welcome. She also speaks of Chinese propaganda and influence activities on U.S. campuses, and of academic espionage.

July 31, 2019
University of Alaska board's debate over how to respond to $136 million cut in state funds reveals rift among the university's senior leaders. Regents ultimately back move toward "one university."

July 31, 2019
Drury University Greg Booker, communication Natalie Precise, education James Simmerman, business/finance Winston-Salem State University

July 30, 2019
Political science association pleases and surprises members with its flagship publication's new editorial team.

July 30, 2019
Josh Hawley, a freshman senator from Missouri and rising GOP star, has targeted the "higher ed monopoly" in new legislative proposals. But some observers don't see much impact beyond rhetoric.

July 30, 2019
Report finds career and technology education courses have a higher wage return for those with no college degree than academic ones.

July 29, 2019
New paper makes the case for paying more attention to pretenure faculty members' emotions as a key component of their -- and the institution's -- success.

July 29, 2019
The Board of Trustees at Miami Dade College has reopened a search for the college's next president, throwing out three of the four candidates offered by a stakeholder search committee.

July 29, 2019
New NIH requirements create greater barriers for those seeking grants for research involving fetal tissue.

July 29, 2019
Hampton University fired nine police officers for posting offensive, racist and misogynistic material on social media. Experts say the social media activities of campus officers and other law enforcement officials are under heightened scrutiny.

July 26, 2019
As peers around it shut their doors, Vermont's Marlboro College will become part of the larger, healthier University of Bridgeport.

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