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House Education Panel Probes Harvard’s Handling of Plagiarism Allegations

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce wants more information from Harvard University about how officials responded to allegations...
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24 Stats for 2024

As higher education practitioners continue to look at student success holistically, here are two dozen recent data points to consider for the upcoming calendar year.

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The Articles You Read the Most in 2023

Flagship universities’ financial woes, politicization in Florida, flaps over religion and free speech, “pretendians,” and artificial intelligence captured Inside Higher Ed readers’ attention this year.

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Success Program Launch: 24-7 Mobile Health Care for Students

A four-person team in the UC Davis Fire Department helps campus individuals in need, providing mental and physical health services around the clock, wherever a student may need it.

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U.S. Students All but Absent From China

While Americans have generally returned to studying abroad post-COVID, Biden administration policies have largely prevented the flow to the U.S.’s political rival from rebounding.

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2023 Holiday Videos Bring Laughter and Togetherness

This year’s holiday video greetings range from original songs and parodies of classic films to heartfelt reminders to prioritize compassion this season.
A group of Black students at Gallaudet University and the co-directors of the Center for Black Deaf Studies sit down raising their fists.

Building Up the Black Deaf Student Community

Gallaudet University is raising millions of dollars to introduce more supports for Black Deaf students and make amends for past wrongs.

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Survey: Students Want Career Prep in the Curriculum

In new Student Voice data, two- and four-year college respondents say they want a high level of faculty and adviser involvement in their career preparation as they rank their priorities for experiential learning.