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2023 Survey of College and University Chief Academic Officers | Wednesday, April 12 at 2 PM ET

Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman as they walk through the high-level key findings of the...

Board Reinstates President of North Idaho College

Nick Swayne is again the president of North Idaho College. The board, which placed him on administrative leave without cause...

The Blessings of Disaster

Do positives come out of disasters? In today’s Academic Minute, part of SUNY Distinguished Professor Week, the University at Buffalo’s...

North Carolina at the Crossroads

The University of North Carolina system is grappling with accusations of partisan overreach by state legislators and their governing board appointees, fueling concerns that the system is headed down a dangerous path.

New Programs: Technology, Health Equity, Culinary Arts, Economics

Hartwick College is starting academic minors in game development, cybersecurity, data analysis, web design and digital marketing. New Mexico State...

A $175 Million Gift for Biomedical Research at Columbia

Columbia University has received a $175 million gift to launch a biomedical research institute, the university announced Monday. The gift...

Scaling Up: Multiyear Research Projects Give Students Career Experience

At New York University’s engineering school, the Vertically Integrated Projects program provides experiential learning and research opportunities for students.

Cohort Default Rate No More?

A nearly three-year payment pause and forthcoming changes to income-driven repayment mean that fewer student borrowers will likely default on their loans. Here’s what that means for accountability.