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Higher Ed, Library Groups Advocate for Open Internet

Higher education and library associations called on the Federal Communications Commission Thursday to uphold Obama-era rules requiring broadband providers to...

University Credentials for Sale on 'Dark Web'

Millions of university email accounts are listed for sale on the "dark web," a study by the Digital Citizens Alliance...

Academic Minute: DNA From Museum Specimens

Today on the Academic Minute, Christopher Austin, associate professor in the department of biological sciences at Louisiana State University, explores...

Penn State Cracks Down on Greek Houses

Pennsylvania State University on Thursday announced a permanent ban on Beta Theta Pi fraternity, meaning that it can never return...

In France, Job Security and Low Salaries

Professors’ civil servant status provides some benefits, but not much in terms of compensation.

The Speech Goes On

Villanova safety officers removed three people who were disrupting a talk by Charles Murray, who then was able to complete his lecture.

Making the Cut: Getting Hired in Higher Education Today

Inside Higher Ed editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman discuss what faculty and other academic job-seekers should know about the...

Controversy on Deal to Repeal NC Anti-Trans Law

North Carolina's Republican legislative leaders and Democratic governor have reached a deal to repeal HB2, the law requiring public agencies...