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Case Western Settles With DOJ After Title IX Investigation

Case Western Reserve University will make campuswide changes to its management of sexual assault allegations as part of an agreement...
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Now on the Orientation Schedule: Free Speech and ChatGPT

Once designed simply to familiarize students with campus and each other, orientation has become a forum for imparting information about some of the most pressing issues in higher ed.

New College Launches ‘Odyssey’ Course Days Before Fall Semester

Less than a week before classes start, New College of Florida has added a new class on Homer’s Odyssey to...

Architecture Driven by Humans, Powered by AI: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Cornell University’s Impacts of AI Week: Jenny E. Sabin, Arthur L. and Isabel...
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Book on Princeton Syllabus Sparks Conflict

University leaders are fielding demands to remove a book, deemed antisemitic by some and a legitimate criticism of Israel by others, from a course syllabus.

Towson Withdraws Proposed Doctoral Program

Towson University is withdrawing its proposal for a new business analytics doctoral program after the state attorney general’s office raised...
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Majority of Faculty Prefers In-Person Teaching, but Just Barely

An Educause survey finds that faculty members also want more help and time when it comes to working with technology and remote learning.

CSU Fresno Students celebrate at graduation

Minority-Serving Institutions Lead on Student Economic Mobility

The second annual analysis by Third Way found that minority-serving institutions continue to provide students with more economic opportunity and mobility.