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September 15, 2020
Cedarville University is starting two online master of arts programs, one in worship and theology and the other in biblical leadership. City University of New York's School of Professional Studies is launching a master of science in health information management.

September 14, 2020
Professors say faculty burnout is always a real threat, but especially now, and that institutions should act before it’s too late.

September 14, 2020
Adtalem bets big on health-care education with acquisition of Walden University in the face of an uncertain landscape for for-profits.

September 14, 2020
The president of Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y., moved into a neighborhood near campus to make sure students follow pandemic rules. So far, it seems to be working.

September 14, 2020
Colleges temporarily suspend in-person classes, San Francisco State lays off staff, colleges begin to announce spring plans, some students party on and a college suspends its wrestling program.

September 11, 2020
According to an Inside Higher Ed analysis of federal elections data, employees at colleges and universities have donated five times as much to Joe Biden as to Donald Trump.

September 11, 2020
A mountain of troubling data about rising mental health problems has health advocates and providers worried about the need for additional support for struggling students and the ability of colleges to provide it.

September 11, 2020
Colleges are using virtual events and blending modes of learning and reaching out to students one-on-one to build community in the age of COVID-19.

September 11, 2020
At Georgia College and State University, one in 10 on-campus students has had COVID-19.

September 11, 2020
He sees funding failing to meet Europe's ambitions for science.

September 11, 2020
California State University, Fresno

September 10, 2020
Top federal health experts worry colleges will spread coronavirus if they send students home, but keeping residence halls open poses its own dangers.

September 10, 2020
Jessica Krug resigns from George Washington as a graduate student from her alma mater also admits to being dishonest about racial identity.

September 10, 2020
Two-year colleges worked quickly to help students get through the pandemic, pivoting to drive-through food banks and community partnerships.

September 10, 2020
Kevin Carey answers questions about his proposal to reshape higher education with a new federal subsidy tied to requirements for participating colleges to join uniform pricing and credit-transfer systems.

September 10, 2020
A state senator in South Carolina threatened to pass legislation that would remove Fred Price from the board at the military college if he did not resign.

September 10, 2020
University of Tennessee will clear out a residence hall as it runs out of quarantine spots. Miami of Ohio will return students to campus despite 1,000 cases. Colleges announce spring instructional plans.

September 10, 2020
Victoria L. Bastecki-Perez, interim president of Montgomery County Community College, in Pennsylvania, has been named to the job on a permanent basis. Jenn Capps, dean of the College of Professional Studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver, in Colorado, has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Humboldt State University, in California.

September 9, 2020
A singular focus on the current crisis won't do, higher education leaders say. Those in power at colleges and universities must find time to prepare their institutions for an unsettled future that looks very different from the old status quo.

September 9, 2020
Academics across the U.S. strike and teach for racial justice and an end to police violence against people of color.

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