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Conference Realignment Poses Threats to Big-Time Sports

As the Atlantic Coast Conference snags Stanford and Berkeley, dealing potential death blow to Pac-12, could selfishness of sports powers raise legal and tax issues?

Fisk Students Protest New Payment Policy

Fisk University students are protesting a policy that will drop students from the rolls after Sept. 8 if they have...

Faculty Members Unionize at 2 Maryland Community Colleges

Full-time faculty members have unionized at two Maryland community colleges. Erica Snipes, the Maryland Public Employee Relations Board’s acting executive...
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Risks and Rewards as Higher Ed Invests in an AI Future

Experts urge both action and caution as institutions pour millions into artificial intelligence.

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College Admission Gets Personal

Between advancements in AI and the end of affirmative action, the traditional application process is more fraught than ever. Some colleges are trying a radical strategy: meeting students face-to-face.

Integrating Social Justice in a Mixed-Methods Study

Three practical strategies for enhancing equity and impact in your research.

The Hottest in 100,000 Years? Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Darrell Kaufman, Regents’ Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Northern Arizona University, looks to...
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A New Home for New College of Florida Émigrés

When conservative leaders took over Florida’s only public liberal arts institution, Hampshire College officials knew they had to help. Now they’re welcoming the first cohort of New College defectors.