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Hackers Accessed Data of Up to 230,000 at University of Michigan

The University of Michigan cyberbreach that prompted a three-campus internet shutdown in August gave hackers access to the personal information...
Musarrat Shaira presents research with faculty mentor

Fostering Undergraduate Research in Florida

The Florida Undergraduate Research Association gives students the rare opportunity to publish and present their work statewide.

Map of the United States showing locations of 11 college participating in the first cohort of the Gardner Institute's Transforming the Foundational Postsecondary Experience program.

Preventing Second-Year Stop-Outs

A cohort of colleges will spend the next five years implementing student success measures to retain students during their first two years of college and reduce equity gaps.

Institutional Debts Cleared for Thousands of Morehouse Students

The Debt Collective, an organization that advocates for clearing federal student loan debt, partnered with Morehouse College to wipe nearly...
A photo illustration of Michael Eisen's posts on X, including the one he says got him fired, and another from him announcing his own ouster. A snippet from the journal's statement saying he's being replaced is also included.

Editor Fired After Sharing ‘Onion’ Article on Israel, Hamas

A journal ousted its editor in chief, a Berkeley professor, after social media backlash over his criticism of Israel.

Kutztown University library on the first day of classes for fall 2023

Funding Student Success: Investing in Experiential Learning

Kutztown University in Pennsylvania will receive $2.2 million over five years from the Department of Education to promote engagement and retention for underrepresented minority and low-income students.

A hotel with red banners and signs that say "Mustang Hall"

Boom Time for Maine’s Community Colleges

Enrollment in the state's two-year system hit an all-time high this fall, despite national declines and the state’s aging population. What’s their secret?

Front of the Education Department building

Colleges Confounded by Flood of Borrower-Defense Claims

The Education Department is working to clear a backlog in applications for debt relief through its borrower-defense program. Colleges aren’t sure how to respond to notifications of the claims.