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Enrollment, Financial Challenges Prompt Saint Rose Closure

The Albany, N.Y., institution will close next year after ongoing enrollment issues. Leaders unsuccessfully sought a partnership to keep the embattled college open.

Opinion

6 Common Institutional Online Learning Trends

Shared themes from our work with a variety of colleges and universities.

Sophomore students at Carleton College attend a banquet dinner, sitting at round tables with white tablecloths in a large meeting space.

Program Innovation: Sowing Seeds for Sophomore Success

Career development staff at Carleton College reimagined their program geared at second-year students to enhance the experience while promoting available resources at the institution—with a banquet to kick off the weeklong event.

A panoramic view of the University of California, Berkeley, campus as seen from a distance, with the bell tower rising above the other buildings.
Opinion

Access, Fairness and Graduate Programs in the Humanities

In favoring applicants from elite private institutions, graduate programs in the humanities are shutting out talented students, Timothy Hampton writes.

A football player in a red jersey and helmet throws a football across a field of other players as a crowd looks on

Seeking an Enrollment Hail Mary, Small Colleges Look to Athletics

As enrollment challenges compound for small liberal arts colleges, some are betting big on new athletics programs, hoping they’ll result in new tuition revenue.

Students protest Hamas-Israel war at the Indiana University campus in Bloomington

Pushback Against Lawmaker’s Calls for Antisemitism Inquiry

Many faculty members believe Congressman Jim Banks’s threat to withhold federal funding if Indiana University at Bloomington doesn’t investigate reports of antisemitism is a veiled attempt to limit academic freedom.

Examining Data Reliability in Public Health: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of New York University Week: Joseph Cimpian, professor of economics and education policy, discusses...
A photo illustration including a photograph of Jim Jordan, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee chairman, the front page of a recent interim staff report from his committee and partial quotes from the report.

Misinformation Research Plows Ahead—but So Do Political Detractors

Republicans’ ongoing lawsuits and House probes have buffeted those who study online falsehoods. Researchers say there’s been a “chilling effect,” but the work goes on.