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Bellarmine Provost Quits After Vote of No Confidence

Paul Gore, who has served as Bellarmine University’s vice president for academic affairs and provost since 2019, is leaving his...
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Without a Preference, Amherst Legacy Admits Fell From 11% to 6%

This is the first year in which they did not receive a preference.

Defining Polysubstance Use in Adolescents: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Cailyn Green, assistant professor of addiction studies at SUNY Empire State College, examines the health...
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Columbia U Drops Out of ‘U.S. News’ Undergraduate Rankings

Its move could encourage other colleges to do the same. Three have acted this year.

Mississippi Auditor Criticizes Diversity Spending

Mississippi auditor Shad White issued a report Thursday that said the state’s public universities spent $23.4 million on diversity, equity...

UConn Expels Students for Vandalism

The University of Connecticut has expelled “several” students who were arrested for vandalism after the university won a men’s basketball...

Juilliard Fires Professor Accused of Sexual Harassment

The Juilliard School fired a professor after it found “credible evidence” that he had “engaged in conduct which interfered with...
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Positive Partnership: Creating a Nuclear Engineering Talent Pipeline

Tennessee Tech University established a partnership with a local environmental cleanup organization focused on career-readiness for engineering students to work in eastern Tennessee.