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College and university research enterprises are growing in size and complexity -- and so is the list of responsibilities for senior research officers, the top-level... [Read More]
An alliance of faculty, staff and graduate student unions; American Association of University Professor chapters; and student organizations has come together to support a new... [Read More]
While President-elect Biden's choice to chair his Council of Economic Advisors, Cecilia Rouse, didn't call for canceling student debt, she expressed awareness of the impact... [Read More]
A request for clarity... [Read More]
Students with Pell Grants are more likely to drop out than to graduate at many four-year colleges in the United States, according to a new... [Read More]
In another sign of the prominence historically Black colleges and universities are seeing in the upcoming Biden administration, Delaware State University president Tony Allen was... [Read More]
Senior research officers hold increasingly complex jobs, prioritizing efficiency and compliance in their work, report finds. [Read More]
Roberto Rey Agudo explores what a recent survey by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences tells us about the value and meaningfulness of language... [Read More]
The project We Rate COVID Dashboards has been evaluating college and university attempts at transparency. Eight months into the pandemic, how are institutions doing? [Read More]
Faculty leaders at Rutgers are challenging spending decisions that have left the athletics department in a "black hole" of internal debt amassed in a costly... [Read More]
Colleges need to focus on recruiting, supporting and graduating student veterans now more than ever, as these students face hardships due to the pandemic, experts... [Read More]
Jennie S. Knight describes how a seminar to help faculty members incorporate place-based learning about race into their courses led many of them to confront... [Read More]
Derek Attig describes the significant yet often untapped value of mutual support among graduate students. [Read More]
New alliance of workers and students across Jesuit institutions joins together to protest cuts that they argue undermine their colleges' unique educational missions. [Read More]
Loan losses; Jill Biden; ethnic studies. [Read More]
But 90 percent plan to re-enroll at the same college. [Read More]
Affirmative action remains an important tool for society, writes Amaka Okechukwu. [Read More]
It's time to radically rethink and reposition teaching and learning centers. [Read More]
While college athletes may earn scholarships, there are strict bans on companies or others paying them money. But The New York Times reported that National... [Read More]
Karen Robinson and Anthony Rotoli offer four guiding principles to help campuses prepare to open their doors again in the upcoming spring semester. [Read More]
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