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Did increased legislation affecting higher education in the state force qualified leaders to back down from contention?
With a mission to serve a diverse, expanding community on campus and individuals in need throughout the Bluegrass State, UK is thriving and ‘inspring ingenuity.’
This year’s select colleges and universities are helping further engagement with the transformative international program.
Sarah Willie-LeBreton, provost at Swarthmore College, is headed home to be a change-maker at the powerhouse women’s liberal arts institution.
Ray Rodrigues, whose career includes positions at Florida Gulf Coast University and in the state Senate, will lead Florida’s 12 public institutions. Will he be a good fit?
The ouster of the former dean of the Broad College of Business led to an inquiry into Samuel Stanley's oversight at the university.
Robert Brown joins other esteemed leaders from MIT, Harvard and Tufts to step away during the pandemic.
Colby-Sawyer takes the rare step of dropping published prices in hopes that it can change perception for students concerned with cost.
Steeped in tradition but always on the cutting edge, Touro University is moving up to Times Square, where it will build on its deep value and quality for all students.
Institutions should ensure their policies and procures in responding to bomb threats are updated.
Decisions are made at such a pace and amidst such complexity that the reasons behind those decisions often remain opaque.
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