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Students sit in a hotel conference room typing at laptops or writing, in front of a projector screen.

November 8, 2022
College students turned out in force for the 2018 and 2020 elections. Some have been working hard this cycle to make sure that trend continues.
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November 8, 2022
Elsevier report on the pandemic-era research environment describes confidence gaps between scientists and the public—but also potential for increased engagement in science.
A prison guard tower, viewed through a chain-link fence.

November 8, 2022
More than half a million people could benefit from the reinstatement of the Pell Grant for incarcerated students in July, and efforts are underway to start college-in-prison programs for this group.

November 8, 2022
Marian University has launched a campaign to raise $500 million by 2030. The university has raised $240 million so far. Old Dominion University has launched a five-year campaign to raise $500 million. The university has raised $275 million so far.
A white man in a business suit stands at a lectern in front of a crowd of conference attendees.

November 7, 2022
Controversial event on academic freedom at Stanford University goes forward amid controversy. Speakers include Amy Wax, Jordan Peterson, Scott Atlas, Joshua Katz and more.
A student in a yarmulke and tzitzit walks past a Yeshiva University library.

November 7, 2022
Yeshiva University announced plans to start a new LGBTQ club while continuing its legal battle with the existing one. The ordeal gets at bigger questions roiling the Orthodox campus about who has a right to decide how LGBTQ students gather.

November 7, 2022
Drury University is starting a master of science in physician assistant studies. Indiana University at Indianapolis is launching a master of science and Ph.D. in regenerative medicine and technologies.

November 4, 2022
Academics who tweet are weighing the opportunity costs of leaving Twitter while looking into other social media platforms. But few are fleeing the digital gathering space in which they have invested so much—at least not yet.
Anonymous Businesswoman Analyzing Statistical Business Reports on her Tablet PC at the Office, a Close Up

November 4, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.
A promotional image for the reproductive justice rally at the American Public Health Association's annual meeting.

November 4, 2022
The American Public Health Association faces questions about why it’s discouraged participation in a member-led rally for reproductive rights.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

November 4, 2022
Law bars state authorities from entering campuses without the invitation or express permission of campus leaders.
Cybersecurity clowns at Notre Dame's cybersecurity festival. One is wearing a red wig and red nose, and he has a QR code on his rainbow tie-dye shirt.

November 3, 2022
To appeal to students’ and employees’ “hearts and minds,” campus tech leaders experiment with unconventional strategies: festivals, art installations and role-playing games.

November 3, 2022
College of William & Mary says it has to change to thrive. Faculty members say they’re being left out of plans to open a data science and computing school, and more.
Four international students smile over textbooks in a campus building while various national flags hang around them.

November 3, 2022
A new report finds that the COVID-19 pandemic stalled efforts to expand international student enrollment and global partnerships, but institutions are eager to get back on track.
Representative Emanuel Cleaver, a Black man wearing glasses standing in front of an American flag.

November 3, 2022
College and university endowment assets collectively total more than $821 billion, but determining how much of those assets are managed by diversely owned firms has proven difficult. A bill seeks to change that.

November 3, 2022
Kenyon College Qussay Al-Attabi, Arabic Anna Aydinyan, Russian Katie Black, economics Joy Brennan, religious studies Anton Dudley, drama Patrick Ewell, psychology Erin Leatherman, statistics Claire Novotny, anthropology Sarah Petersen, neuroscience Austin Porter, art history and American studies Massachusetts Institute of Technology Guy Bresler, electrical engineering and computer science Otto Cordero, civil and environmental engineering
Senator Ben Sasse, a middle-aged white man with dark hair wearing a business suit.

November 2, 2022
Senator Ben Sasse was unanimously selected by trustees as the next president of the University of Florida, despite protests related to both the search and the candidate.
A group of students in lab coats conducting research at Howard University.

November 2, 2022
Some historically Black colleges and universities experienced record research funding this fiscal year. It’s a hopeful sign to a group of HBCUs seeking R-1 status.
Cover of A Dream Defaulted: The Student Loan Crisis Among Black Borrowers by Jason N. Houle and Fenaba R. Addo

November 2, 2022
Authors discuss their book about “the student loan crisis among Black borrowers.”
Purple flags and awnings in a parking lot at a tailgating event.

November 2, 2022
University-branded beers are gaining popularity throughout the country. Why did Virginia Commonwealth University’s attempt to launch its own brew fall flat?

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