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Australian Bill Criminalizes Unauthorized Research Collaborations

The proposal includes tough new sanctions for sharing regulated technologies, except with the U.K. and U.S. Skeptics ask whether nuclear submarine pact is worth the trouble.

The Global Human Day: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: William Fajzel, a Ph.D. student in earth system dynamics at McGill University, takes a global...

U.S. Lists Colleges Investigated for Bias Against Jews, Muslims

The U.S. Education Department late Thursday night published a list of six colleges and universities that are under investigation by...
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Opinion

The Right-Wing Attack on Academia, With a Totalitarian Twist

New model legislation, ostensibly meant to overhaul general education, proposes a radical assault on faculty and academic freedom, John K. Wilson writes.

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University of Arizona Miscalculated by Millions

UA has much less cash on hand than the Board of Regents requires. The faculty is accusing the administration of financial mismanagement.

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End-of-Year FAFSA Launch Could Cause More Delays, Headaches

Colleges and universities will face a tighter timeline to get students their financial aid offer letters, and students will have less time to make decisions.

AAUP: Critiques of Israel Aren’t ‘Invariably Antisemitic’

The American Association of University Professors said Wednesday it “rejects the characterization of pro-Palestinian speech or critiques of the Israeli...
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In Class, Some Colleges Overlook Technology’s Dark Side

Safety and ethics appear to be elective or nonexistent, rather than fundamental parts of studies, in many computing programs, students at a global forum reported.