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The interior of a bus full of smiling high school students heading to University of South Alabama for a tour.

The College Tour That Comes to You

The University of South Alabama has hit on a new recruitment strategy: send the president on a bus to pick up high schoolers for a campus tour.

A collection of human cut-out paper figures of varying colors and genders placed flat against a blue background, illustrating the concept of diversity.
Opinion

Transparency Is First Step Toward More Diversity in Leadership

Colleges should be required to report demographic data for presidents, provosts, deans, department chairs and trustees, Andrea Silbert writes.

Students in masks and with Palestinian flags gather on an urban college campus

Columbia Altered Protest Policy Before Suspending Pro-Palestinian Groups

Administrators, who cited alleged violations of the policies in acting against the groups, confirm they made the changes unilaterally.

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California Professor Charged in Jewish Protester’s Death

Prosecutors alleged that the community college instructor involuntarily contributed to the death at an off-campus protest. His lawyer challenges the official account.

Weekly Wisdom | Special Episode: How to Pitch Ideas so they Scale.

The report back from the peak of Higher Ed's conference season with co-hosts University Innovation Alliance CEO Bridget Burns and Inside Higher Ed Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman

David French on Liberty University's 'Moral Collapse': The Syllabus

T his week’s episode of The Syllabus, from the Office of Open Learning at American Jewish University and Inside Higher...
A graphic featuring the state of Florida and a list of "social science" general education courses, with Principles of Sociology crossed off.

Florida Looks to Remove Sociology From Gen. Ed.

Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr. said he proposed the change to make room for civic literacy, but some sociology professors are doubtful.