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California Drops Effort to Bar Professor as Expert Witness

the California Department of Education is no longer threatening to fine a Stanford University K-12 researcher $50,000 and cut off...

Another College Mandates Masks

Dillard University, a private historically Black university located in New Orleans, will require students and employees to wear masks indoors...

Evaluating Real-World Global Health Interventions: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Gettysburg College Week: Megan Benka-Coker, assistant professor of health sciences, examines one method...
A photo of students walking on the UC Santa Cruz campus

UC Santa Cruz’s Admissions Gamble

The university admitted a record number of students this year despite a tight local housing market. But in the end, officials expect to increase head count by only about 730 students.

Yale Settles Mental Health Lawsuit

Yale University reached a settlement with a student and alumni group that accused the Ivy League institution of discriminating against...
Weber State University's campus on a clear, sunny day.

New on the Job: Jessica Oyler, Weber State University

As the inaugural vice president of student access and success at the Utah institution, Oyler is responsible for kick-starting institutional goals to break down silos in service offerings and expand opportunities for holistic support for learners.

The skyline of New Haven, Conn., in the fall

New Office at Yale Combines Success Resources, Promotes Access

By consolidating services, staff hope students will become more familiar with the resources available to them and more inclined to use them.

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Community Colleges Double Down on Dual Enrollment

The programs are a consistent source of students and revenue for colleges with declining enrollments, especially if students stay on after graduating from high school.