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With variants surging, colleges and universities can't overlook vaccinations or even masking for the fall.
U-M names Santa Ono of the University of British Columbia as its next leader; Penn State's Bendapudi faces allegations from former colleague at Louisville.
The Department of Education is hoping colleges can aid in initiative to combat learning loss, address mental health.
Those who fail to earn credentials often have early disadvantages but also may lack support from institutions.
Barnes and Noble Education leader Mike Huseby discusses the importance of value, supports for students and potential contraction.
The retiring Mike Martin and his strong team at FGCU have helped it become an international powerhouse.
A former plaintiff in a landmark case against Brown University, Lisa Kaplowitz is one of many examples of those effecting change in academia.
The Hispanic-serving institution is becoming a model for success in getting talented scholars into the international program.
There are now five positions still up for grabs at prominent institutions in Florida, all subject to the state Board of Governors' approval.
Without welcoming new institutions, College 101 CEO Stig Leschly says the future is murky.
Minerva beats out several traditional powers, while a few unexpected institutions rise in other categories.
The Alliance of Hispanic Serving Research Universities intends to double the number of Hispanics earning doctorates and substantially increase the ranks of Hispanic professors.
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