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Tentative Deal to End Duquesne Police Strike

The union representing police officers at Duquesne University reached an agreement with the institution Tuesday to end a strike that...

TICAS Report Shows Path to Debt-Free College

A new 100-page report featuring six papers from the Institute for College Access and Success explores how the federal government...

Marian University to Cut Jobs, Programs

Marian University, a private Catholic university in Wisconsin, is cutting eight majors and more than a dozen minors and laying...

Graduate Theological School Declares Financial Exigency

The Interdenominational Theological Center Board of Trustees has declared financial exigency , effective immediately. The historically Black, ecumenical Christian graduate...
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DEI’s Critics Are Missing the Point

Many criticisms of DEI are misguided and miss the essential fact that attention to diversity, equity and inclusion advances learning for everyone, Shaya Gregory Poku writes.

Drexel, Salus Explore ‘Affiliation’

Drexel University and Salus University are exploring a partnership that would bring together graduate programs in health sciences at both...

Making Medicine From Garbage in the Ocean: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of University of Southern California Week: Travis Williams, professor of chemistry, looks at a...
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Looking Back and Looking Ahead

A new data dashboard is helping college leaders prepare for expected enrollment declines and demographic shifts.