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Tennessee Community College President Dies

Volunteer State Community College in Tennessee on Friday announced the "untimely" death of the institution’s president, Orinthia T. Montague. Montague...

Radically Healing Racial Trauma: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute , part of University of St. Thomas Week: Bryana H. French, associate professor of psychology...
A group of students listens to a lecture at the University of West Florida.

New on the Job: Sherry Hartnett, Director of Workforce Development

The University of West Florida created the Office of Workforce Development to prioritize career development and preparation for students and establish relationships with outside partners to provide experiential learning opportunities for learners.

Federal Judge Upholds Texas University Drag Show Ban

A U.S. district judge has ruled that West Texas A&M University did not violate students’ constitutional right to free speech...
Protesters march, holding signs saying, "We R On Strike for a Better Rutgers."

Rutgers Senate Says It’s Lost Confidence in President

After a historic, triple-union strike ended in the spring, Jonathan Holloway has continued to alienate many faculty members and other campus constituents.

Fired New England College Chancellor Files Lawsuit

Michele Perkins, who was fired as chancellor of New England College earlier this year, has sued the college and is...

2 Ontario Colleges Plan to Merge

Two institutions in Ontario, Western University and Brescia University College, announced last week that they would merge by the end...

Weekly Wisdom | New Season Kickoff

Hear about the most compelling guests they interviewed in the past season and the issues they see creating challenges for college leaders.