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Indiana Governor Signs Bill Tying Tenure to ‘Intellectual Diversity’

On Wednesday, Indiana’s Republican governor signed a controversial bill diminishing diversity, equity and inclusion programs and tenure protections in the...
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Two N.Y. Institutions' Programs, Missions Shift With the Times

Clarkson University is transferring 16 graduate teacher education programs to Siena College in a deal both institutions expect to help them weather enrollment shifts.

Stoicism and Spirituality: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Sandra Woien, associate teaching professor in the school of historical, philosophical, and religious studies at...
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Investing in Students’ Spring Breaks

Academic breaks can be used to support students in boosting their physical wellness, exploring career paths or gaining service-learning experiences.

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Regents on the Hot Seat

Boards in Arizona, Hawaii, Michigan and Wisconsin, have faced shake-ups and threats of removal recently amid culture war clashes and self-inflicted controversies.

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A Deeper Look at Guided Pathways

Two new studies shed light on how guided pathways practices have spread and what iterations of the model work best.

Moody’s Lowers University of Arizona Outlook to Negative

Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded the University of Arizona’s outlook from stable to negative amid the fallout of a financial...

Conservatives Plot Ways to 'Take Heads' and Defeat DEI

Conservative researchers and activists see a window of opportunity in their long-running war on diversity, equity and inclusion programs and...