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‘Beyond Rhetoric’ on Diversity

UMass-Boston aspires to be an antiracist institution. Some faculty members disagree with this, saying it’s limiting for a university. Others raise major concerns about the institution’s ongoing treatment of its Africana studies faculty.

From Undeclared to Explorer

A University of Nebraska at Omaha program designed to support students who have not yet declared a major is part of a larger drive to increase their graduation rates once they decide on a field of study.

Spotting the Warning Signs

At the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, training simulations help students, faculty and staff learn how to intervene effectively when they spot a student in distress. Data show it’s working.

Tenure Awarded… at Arkansas State, Clarkson, St. Bonaventure, St. Norbert

Arkansas State University Khem Aryal, English Katherine Baker, art history Andrea Brown, occupational therapy Nicole Covey, teacher education Mark Foster...

The Forgotten Predominantly Black Institutions of Higher Ed

Predominantly Black institutions need more attention and funding, Kurt L. Schmoke and Zaldwaynaka Scott write.

FIRE to Fight Censorship Off Campus Now, Too

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education announced that it is changing its name to reflect a broadening of its...

Sakaki Quits Sonoma State Presidency

Judy K. Sakaki announced Monday that she will resign as president of Sonoma State University, effective July 31. The California...

A Sulfurous End for the Dinosaurs: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Christopher Junium, associate professor of earth and environmental sciences at Syracuse University, explains why the...