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University of Phoenix Fined for ‘Aggressive’ Military Recruitment Tactics

The University of Phoenix has agreed to pay $4.5 million in a settlement over unlawful recruitment tactics for military students...
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Student Success Champion: Q&A With Ruthie (Teri) Little-Berry, University of the District of Columbia

Little-Berry discusses her career in student success, the needs of today’s learners and her goals for her new role at UDC.

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“How Can Values Be Taught,” Gaza Edition

Maureen E. Ruprecht Fadem asks what values universities are teaching through their silence on Gaza.


Power, Identity and the Battle Over Campus Culture

Unpacking power dynamics and identity politics on college campuses.

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Iowa Lawmakers Pass Last-Minute Ban on DEI, Institutional Statements

The Republican-controlled Iowa General Assembly ratcheted up restrictions issued by the state Board of Regents, sending the governor one of the nation’s broadest DEI bans.

Amit Sevak, CEO of ETS, speaks to a crowd of seated people.

Responsible AI and the ‘Future of Skills’

A gathering hosted by ETS delved into how AI could change how students are tested and how employers assess skills.

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Police Ratchet Up Use of Force on Campus Protesters

As colleges turn to police to suppress pro-Palestinian demonstrators, some are calling for the National Guard. Experts say history should be a warning.

A Tale of Two Colonists: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Abby Chandler, associate professor of history at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, considers how...