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Princeton Student Charged With Attacking Officers on Jan. 6

A Princeton University student was charged Tuesday with civil disorder, a felony, and related misdemeanor offenses in the Jan. 6...

Campus Engagement Tip: Prompt Registration and Other Actions via Text

Financial aid, academic counseling and other student-facing departments at Moorpark College adopt two-way text messaging to send reminders—eliminating some of the need for email communication.

Bemidji State to Cut 23 Jobs Amid Revenue Concerns

Citing declining revenue linked to dwindling enrollment, Bemidji State University announced this week that it will lay off 23 employees...

Pathways for Exploring Race in the Health Sciences

Humanities scholars at Wheaton College in Massachusetts will develop 10 exportable curricular modules on such topics as genetics and race.

Jackson State President Resigns While on Paid Leave

Jackson State University president Thomas Hudson has resigned after spending nearly two weeks on paid administrative leave for reasons that...
Opinion

How to Recover From Pandemic Learning Loss

To address pandemic learning loss, schools and colleges must fundamentally rethink education, shifting to experiential, interactive learning, G. Gabrielle Starr writes.

Insider Exclusive Coffee Break Webcast | Case Study in Academic Freedom: Hamline University | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

.showhide button {cursor:pointer;background:#ef7521;border:0;padding:5px 12px;box-shadow:2px 2px 2px #ddd;font-size:18px;margin:10px 0;color:#fff;} Issues about religion and academic freedom remain a tough balancing act for...

Paths to Institutional Prosperity at a Time of Constrained Resources | Available On-Demand

This webcast, featuring Inside Higher Ed Editors Doug Lederman and Scott Jaschik, will explore the various forms of partnerships and...