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N.C. Governor Creates Commission to Rethink UNC Governance

North Carolina governor Roy Cooper has announced the formation of a new commission to reform the governance of the University...

Tennessee State Instructor Removed for Screaming at Student

Tennessee State University says it terminated an instructor seen screaming in a student’s face in a video circulated on social...

Tenure Awarded… at Kenyon, MIT

Kenyon College Qussay Al-Attabi, Arabic Anna Aydinyan, Russian Katie Black, economics Joy Brennan, religious studies Anton Dudley, drama Patrick Ewell...

Kentucky Community College System Replaces Lost Diplomas

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System plans to replace for free paper copies of diplomas, certificates or other academic...

Man Pretended to Be Stanford Student for 10 Months

Stanford University officials removed a man from the basement of a campus housing unit last week, the Los Angeles Times...

Gauging COVID’s Impact on Internationalization

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.

Xavier Receives $50 Million Gift

Xavier University, a private Jesuit institution in Cincinnati, announced a $50 million gift on Tuesday, the largest in the university’s...

Bill Seeks More Transparency About Endowments

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.