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Why Mourning Matters in the Anthropocene: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Sophie Chao, Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellow and lecturer in anthropology at the...
Ohio Wesleyan students smile holding black shirts that say "first-gen OWU"

New on the Job: Q&A With Thea Smekens at Ohio Wesleyan University

In her inaugural role as director of first-generation student success, Thea Smekens will oversee a new office for first-gen learners, promoting community and access for students.

Oklahoma State Receives $120M Gift From T. Boone Pickens Foundation

Oklahoma State University has announced a $120 million gift from the T. Boone Pickens Foundation. A majority of the funds...
The University of Connecticut campus on a sunny day.

Scaling Up: Incorporating Student Feedback Into Mental Health Services

The University of Connecticut’s Student Health and Wellness department partners with student organizations for feedback and insight on service offerings and challenges in access.

AAUP Joins Suit Over ‘Stop WOKE’ Act

The American Association of University Professors is filing a brief today with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th...
A photo of Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump shaking hands in 2018

Should College Presidents Criticize Political Candidates?

Some higher ed leaders have voiced concerns about the threats GOP front-runners Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis pose to democracy. Others are uneasy about weighing in on an ongoing race.

Report Calls for Merit Scholarships Not to Be Awarded Based on SAT or ACT

Twenty-five percent of merit scholarships still require students to take the SAT or ACT, according to a new report from...