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Affordability, Accessibility Top Course Materials Concerns

Survey: College students worry about price and, to a lesser degree, sourcing when it comes to course materials.

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Hundreds of UNC Professors Oppose ‘Overreach’

Faculty members are opposing what they consider encroachments from three sources: the state Legislature, the UNC Board of Governors and the Chapel Hill Board of Trustees itself.

California 2-Year Colleges Won’t Pause Approving 4-Year Programs

California Community College leaders have indicated they plan to move forward with approving bachelor’s degree programs at their institutions, despite...
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Opinion

Why Peer Mentors Are Crucial for Women in STEM

Women pursuing STEM fields feel more confident and supported when they make connections to peers. Physics major Rebecca Coglianese shares what has worked for her.

Suit Filed Over Valparaiso’s Plan to Sell Art

Two former professors have filed a suit to block the sale of some art by Valparaiso University, ARTnews reported. The...

A Free Speech Violation or Overdue Discipline?

A tenured professor at Bakersfield College says district leaders are firing him for expressing conservative views. College administrators dispute that and cite a long list of charges.

Low-Income Students Stand to Benefit From Stackable Credentials

A recent report by the RAND Corporation, a nonpartisan policy think tank, and researchers at the University of Michigan suggests...

How Forests Behave in a Drought: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Jeffrey Wood, assistant professor of biometeorology at the school of natural resources at the...