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Ex-Dean Sues President and Provost for Racial Bias

A former dean of Thomas Edison State University sued the university, its president and provost for discrimination based on his...

The Politics of Prosecuting Putin

What would make the U.S. government hesitant to prosecute Vladimir Putin? In today’s Academic Minute, Arizona State University’s Victor Peskin...

Online Classes Surge at Virginia Tech. But What About Outcomes?

The university’s undergraduate online course offerings grew from 3 to 8 percent in recent years. But some question the scant attention the institution has paid to understanding outcomes in its massive online courses.

The New Conservative Playbook on DEI

Florida governor Ron DeSantis has a plan to defund diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at state institutions. His playbook is based on model legislation from the Manhattan Institute.

Academic Success Tip: Visibility in Study Resources Breaks Social Stigmas

RIT combined its tutoring and study resources, reducing negative assumptions students held about receiving academic help.

Should Conferences Stay Put or Relocate? It’s Complicated

With meeting event sites often selected years in advance, higher education groups weigh the pros and cons of locations where state lawmakers have enacted anti-transgender legislation and severe abortion restrictions.

Student Success Career: Q&A With Amber Williams at University of Tennessee at Knoxville

As vice provost for student success, Williams works to lead all students at the university to a brighter future through transformative and meaningful experiences. She shares her career journey and advice for other student success champions.

CUNY Program for High School Seniors Boosts College Enrollment

New York high school seniors who participated in a City University of New York system mentoring program were seven percentage...