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Michigan Opens Jobs to Vets Without Degrees

The state of Michigan will no longer require a bachelor’s degree for many state jobs if the applicants are military...

Norwegian Playwright Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

The Swedish Academy has awarded Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse the 2023 Nobel Prize in literature “for his innovative plays and...

Columbia College Cutting Jobs, Closing Locations

Columbia College plans to cut more than 120 jobs and close 17 of its 45 locations across the U.S. to...

Former Northwestern Coach Sues for Wrongful Termination

Pat Fitzgerald, the Northwestern University football coach who was suspended and later fired following allegations of hazing on the football...
Fiat Lux scholars at UC Merced sit on a bench in a line.

Program Innovation: Scholars Pave Their Own Way

The University of California, Merced, takes an asset-based approach when evaluating its first-generation, low-income scholarship program, identifying the ways students shine and how the university can remove barriers to their success.

Asian woman picks a book off of a shelf at a library

Federal Grant Proves Elusive for Certain Colleges

The money is set aside for institutions serving large numbers of Asian American, Native American and Pacific Islander students, but many eligible colleges don’t apply because of bureaucratic hurdles.

Black student raising hand to answer question while attending class with her university colleagues.

Report: Teaching for Black and Latino Student Success

For many students, introductory mathematics courses can be a hurdle to degree completion, but instruction methods can help close equity gaps for underrepresented students.

Sunset over the Grand Canyon University campus

Grand Canyon University Lambastes Federal Agencies in ‘Unusual’ Public Statement

One of the nation’s largest Christian institutions claims the U.S. is “coordinating” attacks against it.