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Massachusetts Announces ‘Historic’ Financial Aid Expansion

A recent expansion of a Massachusetts financial aid program will benefit approximately 25,000 students across the state’s public community colleges...

Professor Sues Mayo Over Threat to Fire Him for Interviews

A professor is suing the Mayo Clinic medical school after a department chair threatened to fire him following a CNN...
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Adler University Bucks National Trend and Promotes Tenure

The university plans to offer full-time faculty who’ve worked for the institution for at least five years the opportunity to apply for tenure.

UF Professors Blocked as Witnesses Win $374K in Legal Fees

A judge has awarded nearly $374,000 in legal expenses to the three University of Florida professors who sued the institution...
The word "conflict" spelled out in wooden blocks, with other wooden alphabet blocks strewed around.

Teaching Conflict, Not Violence

In teaching about the Middle East, a framework from the French psychologist Charles Rojzman can help engage students in conversations characterized by conflict, not violence, Pamela E. Barnett writes.

UMD Extends Thanksgiving Break During ‘Challenging Fall’

The University of Maryland will extend its Thanksgiving break to provide students, faculty and staff a chance to “rest and...

Columbia Student Sues Over Doxing Truck

A Columbia University student is suing the conservative organization Accuracy in Media after his photo was displayed on a mobile...
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House Republicans Blame DEI Programs for Rise in Campus Antisemitism

At a hearing Tuesday, Democrats disagreed—and said the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights, facing budget cuts, needs more money to respond to the crisis.