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April 27, 2021
The experience of learning remotely during the pandemic left students with a positive attitude toward online and hybrid courses, a new survey suggests.

April 27, 2021
Franklin University is starting an online doctor of nursing program. Harvard University is starting a Ph.D. in quantum science and engineering.

April 26, 2021
Survey of chief academic officers and their responses to coronavirus, faculty layoffs, the liberal arts, sex harassment, racism and more.

April 26, 2021
A recent report found that the state of Tennessee owes between $150 million and $544 million in land-grant funds to Tennessee State University. Lawmakers have known about the underfunding for decades.

April 26, 2021
A bill intended to close the data gaps on student outcomes in higher education is widely supported, though some are hesitant about how it handles personal information.

April 26, 2021
Report shows lowest salary increase for administrators since 2010. But the proportion of women and minority administrators did not decrease -- a welcome surprise after fears they would be the first to be let go during the pandemic.

April 23, 2021
Weeks after the University of Pennsylvania announced repatriation plans for a controversial collection of skulls, a separate set of human remains is bringing scrutiny. Princeton University is implicated.  

April 23, 2021
Shortly after a jury in Minneapolis delivered a guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin, Ohio State University students heard about a local police killing and renewed demands for the university to cut all ties with the city's police department.

April 23, 2021
Facing loss of Chinese applicants, it seeks to increase appeal to international students.

April 23, 2021
Hudson County Community College Eric Adamson, English Faisal Aljamal, computer science Peter Cronrath, business Lawrence University Ingrid Albrecht, philosophy Matthew Arau, music education Chloe Armstrong, philosophy Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd, education Horacio Contreras, music John Holiday, music Danielle Joyner, art history Victoria Kononova, Russian Nora Lewis, music Brigid Vance, history

April 22, 2021
Westminster College names its board chair its new president and makes him one of just a few "chief transformation officers" in higher education. Time will tell if the new C-suite title sticks around.

April 22, 2021
Gallaudet and George Washington University debate teams met in what organizers believe is the first bilingual debate conducted in American Sign Language and spoken English.

April 22, 2021
Four-year institutions are pushing to hold as many in-person classes as possible. Community colleges have a different calculation to make.

April 22, 2021
Finding few resources to support a blind student studying geosciences, a professor at the University of Kentucky found a way to create a library of tactile graphics so that others might make their classes more accessible.

April 22, 2021
Anderson University, in South Carolina, is starting an Ed.D. in education. Augusta University, in Georgia, is starting a Ph.D. in computer and cyber sciences.

April 21, 2021
College presidents, student leaders, and scholars welcomed the outcome of the trial of Derek Chauvin even as they renewed their resolve to stem persistent racial inequities in higher education.

April 21, 2021
President Biden has requested money to help tribal colleges transition to renewable energy. While tribal colleges have the will and drive to invest in sustainable infrastructure, there are likely to be some challenges along the way.

April 21, 2021
President Biden's proposed $12 billion in funding for community colleges could go, in part, to help institutions build degree-based apprenticeship programs.

April 21, 2021
Authors discuss their new book about how Wheelock College became part of Boston University.

April 21, 2021
Students need mental health help but often don’t turn to their colleges and universities for support. Knowing where the challenges lie can help higher ed leaders figure out solutions.

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