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June 2, 2021
Culver-Stockton College Cindy Whiston, education St. Norbert College Adam Brandt, biology Philip Klickman, music Valerie Kretz, communication and media studies John Miller, dean of curriculum and senior diversity officer Matthew Sprague, chemistry University of Delaware

June 1, 2021
Students say a film professor at Sonoma State hides behind faculty rights while violating their rights in the classroom. The details suggest the case is complicated.  

June 1, 2021
The faculty union at County College of Morris has called on the institution's president to resign after a series of faculty layoffs and continued tensions under his leadership.

June 1, 2021
Pennsylvania lawmakers have continued to focus on reducing campus sexual assaults and funding initiatives throughout the state that support that goal, even as the national program on which those efforts were modeled has waned.

June 1, 2021
President seeks large increases for NIH and NSF and a more modest increase for the NEH.

May 28, 2021
Without federal stimulus money, states would have cut tax appropriations for higher education by 2.3 percent. But how states are spending the billions in stimulus varies.

May 28, 2021
Proctoring companies that use artificial intelligence to monitor students’ behavior during online exams typically require university instructors to review footage of unusual activity. But is that human oversight actually happening?

May 28, 2021
At the University of Delhi, 35 lecturers have died. Across India, there are complaints of staff members being dismissed or not paid.

May 27, 2021
University boots law dean from post after less than two years, suggesting he’s a better faculty member than a key fundraiser. The law faculty is livid.  

May 27, 2021
A disproportionate drop in Black students enrolled in college prompted Illinois higher education leaders to propose increased state support for and shifts in how higher education is promoted and delivered to students of color.

May 27, 2021
Student parents feel stressed and isolated, but most don’t know about campus mental health resources, according to a new report.

May 27, 2021
A national online course-sharing consortium for community colleges aims to expand access to online learning. It’s also an attempt to relieve budgetary and enrollment pressures after a particularly challenging year.

May 27, 2021
Students who have fallen into unhealthy lifestyle routines this past year need support in getting back on track. How can colleges help?

May 26, 2021
AAUP investigation finds eight institutions flouted academic governance norms during COVID-19, as did other institutions that were not subject to the inquiry. The group warns that institutions will continue to challenge these norms even as the pandemic ends.

May 26, 2021
Despite the years of increases, state and local funding for public higher education has not fully recovered from cuts made during the 2008 recession, an annual State Higher Education Finance report shows. Experts worry what will come in the future after 2020 turned out better than expected.

May 26, 2021
Abby Martin, a journalist and filmmaker, sued Georgia Southern University after she was prevented from speaking at a conference there unless she agreed to refrain from boycotting Israel.

May 26, 2021
Historically Black colleges and universities could receive grant funding to improve infrastructure on their campuses under a bill introduced in Congress with Democratic and Republican support.

May 26, 2021
Berkshire Community College is starting a food and beverage management certificate. Clark University is starting a Ph.D. in genocide studies. Dordt University is starting a minor in church music.

May 25, 2021
A conflict over the extent of the Missouri Baptist Convention’s control over Southwest Baptist University leads to disputes over changes to governance documents, tenure denials and more.

May 25, 2021
UNC Chapel Hill professors demand a vote on Nikole Hannah-Jones’s tenure case.  

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