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January 5, 2006

Public institutions in New Jersey face intense scrutiny from both state and federal governmental officials.

January 4, 2006

Policy spurred by conflict over sleeping arrangements of gay instructor at U. of St. Thomas is affecting straight employees, too.

January 4, 2006

Some Division III colleges seek to turn back the clock on 2004 rules changes that imposed limits on their sports programs.

January 4, 2006

Tulane’s president holds a meeting, with mixed results, to get engineering students and alumni out of the dark.

January 4, 2006

President Bush is expected to tell dozens of college and university presidents tomorrow of an administration plan to spend hundreds of millions of additional dollars on training in foreign languages deemed critical to the United States. Arabic, other Middle Eastern languages, and Chinese are expected to be a focus -- potentially providing for a significant expansion of study by American students, who are notoriously monolingual.

January 4, 2006

New York State officials announced Tuesday that a $435 million Nanoelectronics Research Institute would be located at the site of another nanotechnology institute at the State University of New York at Albany.

January 3, 2006

The issue of academic freedom was everywhere at this year's Modern Language Association meeting, in Washington. There were panels on "Academic Work and the New McCarthyism" and discussions on teaching issues related to war criticism.At a Friday session, titled "Criticism and Crisis: Twenty-First Century Intellectuals and the Politics of Academic Freedom," the focus was how to build broader support among the general public for academic freedom.

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