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UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Finalist for Michigan State Job

Michigan State University appears poised to hire University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz as its next...

Hunter College Criticized for Cancelling Film Critical of Israel

Hunter College is receiving significant backlash after canceling the screening of a documentary film critical of Israel, a decision that...
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Study: Encouraging First-Gen, Low-Income Learners to Utilize University Resources

A new article published in the Harvard Educational Review found faculty and staff can implement three strategies that result in changed behavior among first-generation and low-income students in accessing campus resources.

The Global Human Day: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: William Fajzel, a Ph.D. student in earth system dynamics at McGill University, takes a global...

U.S. Lists Colleges Investigated for Bias Against Jews, Muslims

The U.S. Education Department late Thursday night published a list of six colleges and universities that are under investigation by...

Australian Bill Criminalizes Unauthorized Research Collaborations

The proposal includes tough new sanctions for sharing regulated technologies, except with the U.K. and U.S. Skeptics ask whether nuclear submarine pact is worth the trouble.

A graphic featuring the state of Florida and a list of "social science" general education courses, with Principles of Sociology crossed off.

Florida Looks to Remove Sociology From Gen. Ed.

Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr. said he proposed the change to make room for civic literacy, but some sociology professors are doubtful.

Students network with employers in a round table format at Santa Clara University's Diversity Works Expo event

Career Prep Tip: Host a Reverse Career Fair

Flipping the model of a career fair can highlight students’ skills and talents while giving employers more time to engage with candidates of interest.