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October 7, 2020
Alvernia University is starting majors in electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering. Boston College is starting a part-time executive Ed.D. in higher education.

October 6, 2020
University of New Hampshire suspends professor amid investigation into whether he trolled people online, pretending to be “The Science Femme, Woman in STEM.”

October 6, 2020
Enrollment and financial projections for part of the deal came in lower than expected, university's president said.

October 6, 2020
With little internet access and disproportionate impacts from COVID-19, tribal colleges had to redesign everything they do in the spring.

October 6, 2020
Rhetoric alone about equity, diversity and inclusion won't get the job done in higher education, say the authors of a new book.

October 6, 2020
McDaniel College Maria Campero, world languages, literatures and cultures Kerry Duvall, economics and business administration Francis Grice, political science Jason Scullion, environmental studies Elizabeth Tyler, philosophy St. Lawrence University

October 5, 2020
After a controversial event in the White House Rose Garden, Notre Dame's president has COVID-19. Some students and faculty members are not happy with him.

October 5, 2020
University of Michigan Press releases first peer-reviewed rap album from an academic publisher.

October 5, 2020
Whether the Supreme Court will invalidate the Affordable Care Act is unclear, but the prospect of the law's end is causing worry.

October 5, 2020
The need for safety, training and planning drove these community college leaders to choose online learning for the fall.

October 2, 2020
On some campuses, students are unlikely to be notified through contact tracing if an in-person classmate tests positive for COVID-19. Is that right?

October 2, 2020
Update offers more detailed guidance on prioritizing testing during an outbreak. It also says entry testing combined with regular serial testing might prevent or reduce transmission.

October 2, 2020
Bruce Harreld's abrupt retirement announcement comes only a year after he extended his contract until 2023. He's given no reason for leaving.

October 2, 2020
New York University agreed to take a number of actions to settle the first civil rights probe under Trump's anti-Semitism executive order. But some see risk to free expression on campus.

October 2, 2020
Federal court says Northeastern need not reimburse tuition for last spring's virtual shift; on-campus "fall break" or quarantine?

October 2, 2020
Lawmakers create a system for seeking scientific advice on legislation.

October 1, 2020
An aging cohort of college presidents, some of whom postponed retirements in the spring, could be contributing to a flurry of departure plans announced this fall.

October 1, 2020
A campaign being held during a pandemic looks and sounds different this year on college campuses, but coronavirus doesn't lessen the fervor.

October 1, 2020
College counseling centers are increasingly relying on platforms that provide virtual therapy services to continue helping students cope with mental health issues during the pandemic and beyond.

October 1, 2020
The university conducts a review of how its teaching, research and practices are aligned with United Nations-adopted sustainable development goals.

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