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The Week in Admissions News

A fight over AP Psychology; Foxx bill on student loans; U of Arkansas eliminates diversity office.

Seattle Pacific Announces 40% Cut in Budget for Academic Programs

Seattle Pacific University has announced plans to cut its academic budget by 40 percent in the next year, The Seattle...
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Positive Partnership: STEM Scholarship Cohort Boosts Diversity

The University of Nebraska at Lincoln partners with local colleges to promote success among low-income STEM students.

Dispute Over Statement at El Camino Commencement

The Council on American-Islamic Relations is criticizing El Camino College for the way it responded to a speech at commencement...

Connecticut, Vermont Mergers Gain Accreditor Approval

Controversial consolidations of multiple public institutions in Vermont and Connecticut have earned the key step of initial accreditation from the...

The Significance of 13 Driver’s Licenses: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Ryayo Terao, associate professor in the department of entertainment technology at New York City College...

UC Berkeley Chancellor to Retire

After a career in higher education spanning more than 50 years, University of California, Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ announced last...
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MIT Exonerates Professor—After 3.5-Year Wait

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology received research misconduct allegations against Ram Sasisekharan in 2019. It didn’t clear his name until this spring.