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Police Arrest Suspects in 2 Separate Campus Deaths

Georgia police arrested a suspect Friday in the murder of an Augusta University nursing student whose body was found on...
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Success Program Launch: Support Pathway for Completion, Career Launch

A partnership between the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Arkansas Center for Data Sciences helps address computer science and cybersecurity workforce needs in the state.

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The Future of Testing Is Anything but Standardized

Colleges are beginning to solidify their post-pandemic testing policies. Conclusions on the best path forward have been disparate and, at times, contradictory.

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Opinion

Rethinking Grad Admissions in a Post-SFFA World

Nick Eubank writes that a mission-derived rubric can help programs admit students with a wide range of life experiences.

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Wyoming Creates Future Pipeline of CTE Instructors

The state’s flagship university hopes to produce more career and technical education instructors through a program that exposes community college students to opportunities in the field.

AAUP Sanctions New College of Fla., Spartanburg Comm. College

The American Association of University Professors’ Governing Council voted unanimously over the weekend to sanction New College of Florida and...

2 Universities Sue Quebec Government Over Tuition Increases

McGill and Concordia Universities sued the government of Quebec Friday over its decision last fall to significantly increase the tuition...
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Survey: Half of First-Year Seminars Focus on Academics, Student Success

New survey results from the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition find three in four colleges and universities offer a first-year seminar program, and of those, many focus on students’ academic success.