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U of Washington Research Postdocs, Scientists Begin Strike

University of Washington postdoctoral researchers and research scientists/engineers began striking Wednesday over pay and other issues. Becca Bluett, a member...

Conn. Institutions and Lawmakers Reach Funding Deal

Connecticut governor Ned Lamont and leaders of the state’s higher education institutions reached a deal Monday to shore up higher...
Navajo Technical University president Elmer Guy and Wafa Hozien, university academic administrator, stand together smiling at a campus event celebrating the new Ph.D. program. Both are wearing colorful Native prints.

A New Ph.D. Program Fulfills an Old Dream

Navajo Technical University will become the first tribal university to offer a Ph.D. program this fall. Tribal college and university leaders are celebrating the move.

Student Rachel Goochey smiles in her graduation regalia, hugged by her three children.

Scaling Up: Student Parent Success Program Grows Resources, Footprint

The University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee connects its student parents to resources, financial assistance and a community of other parents—providing support and boosting retention.

Student Suicides Prompt $38 Million Building Safeguards

The University of Houston announced it will spend $38 million on new safety measures at Agnes Arnold Hall, a campus...

Identifying Disparities to Improve Vaccine Rates: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of University of California, Irvine, Week: Keri Hurley-Kim, associate clinical professor in the School...
A black-and-white drawing of a human brain topped with a mortarboard bearing the letters "AI."
Opinion

What’s a Word Worth in the AI Era?

Kartik Chandra offers a message to the Class of 2023: your words matter, now more than ever.

A sign that says The Fiscal Responsibility Act rests on a podium as Speaker Kevin McCarthy speaks behind it.

‘Tough Choices’ Ahead on Federal Budget

Lawmakers voted to not spend more money on domestic programs in order to avert default. That doesn’t leave much wiggle room for appropriators to increase the Pell Grant or give more money to Federal Student Aid.