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St. Norbert Trustee Defamation Lawsuit Against Grad Dropped

A defamation lawsuit filed by St. Norbert College trustee and former administrator Reverend Jay Fostner against a former student has...
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Rating States’ Work on Post-College Outcomes

Data-rich report from Strada shows few states have highly developed systems for career coaching, work-based learning or alignment with employer interests.

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Colleges Create Campus Spaces for Student Identity

To help students feel they belong at the institution, institutions are investing in facilities that promote student identity and meet their needs.

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Universities Oppose Federal Plan to Bolster Research Misconduct Oversight

The Office of Research Integrity is considering stronger regulations for institutional investigations of alleged research misconduct. Universities say it’s too prescriptive.

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Opinion

Yes, Colleges Do Close

Many will soon—and leaders’ collective refusal to discuss this openly only makes things worse, John J. Smetanka writes.

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Report: Mental Health Impacts Community College Persistence

A working paper from University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University researchers identifies key themes in the challenges learners at two-year institutions face and how it impacts their enrollment and degree progression in the first year.

What to Expect From Animals During a Solar Eclipse: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse Week: Kimberly Rosvall, associate professor of biology, seeks...
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For Solar Eclipse, Colleges Give Physicists Football Star Treatment

Many stadiums will host public watch parties to instill awe, enhance science literacy, and foster community on and off campus. For the rare event, Inside Higher Ed offers a statistical poem.