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Saint Augustine’s to Move Classes Online

Beleaguered Saint Augustine’s University plans to shift to remote learning and send students home from the North Carolina campus in...
A side view of a female professor lecturing to college students in a classroom.

Professors Are Not the Problem

The ‘viewpoint diversity’ movement ignores that professors aren’t just curators of readings –we’re experts in assessing arguments, Simon Feldman and Afshan Jafar write.

3 More Universities Face Inquiries for ‘Shared Ancestry’ Bias

The U.S. Education Department has added three colleges to its growing list of institutions under investigation for possible violations of...

College and Career Pathways for Rural Learners: Voices of Student Success

Voices of Student Success, a six-episode series focused on student retention, engagement and graduation in higher education, takes over this...

LGBTQ+ Workers Want More Than Pinkwashing: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Dorian Rhea Debussy, lecturer of women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Ohio State University, explains...
Mauro Guillén, Wharton professor, speaking

How a ‘Post-Generational Society’ Might Reshape Higher Ed: The Key Podcast

Mauro Guillén discusses The Perennials and a world that blurs the boundaries between schooling and work across a (longer) lifetime.

Goldwater Institute Sues Arizona Regents Over DEI Training

A conservative think tank is suing the Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of an Arizona State University professor who...
Miles Community College’s front lawn on a sunny day

Listen: Making College Visible to Rural Learners

The president of Miles Community College talks about an initiative to enroll Montana’s high schoolers into a one-credit career development course to prepare them for life after graduation.