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Harvard, Caltech, Cornell and Duke all experience significant drops while internationals move up
Kansas' state universities must generate a list of courses that cover critical race theory after a state senator asked the Board of Regents to look into the topic.
As colleges and universities increasingly rely on adjunct faculty, the question of whether they may join a labor union becomes increasingly relevant.
A new report from Georgetown and the APLU shows the immense gaps that exist in pay and opportunities for White, Asian, Black and Latinx STEM career seekers.
Women, femme-identifying and non-binary gamers are finally getting new opportunities, exciting pathways.
The guide addresses safety, response and recovery strategies as well as best practices in funding and delivering assistance to underserved populations.
The next few years will come straight out of "Game of Thrones" for universities. Many leaders project optimism while a select few recognize a looming, existential threat.
A stronger focus on sexual assault prevention would be the most powerful change to Title IX, a commenter said during this week's Office for Civil Rights virtual hearing on updating the law.
Campuses are looking to discover new creative and innovative ways to implement services while continuing to provide the best student experience. As our landscape has evolved to a mobile-centric world, […]
College students still face hurdles in trying to get benefits, and those may become restrictive again once the pandemic emergency is over.
A lack of opportunities during the pandemic, including internships, has left many feeling uneasy about looking for work. Those who do will turn to career centers.
We must consider how to broaden and bolster engagement so that what we offer in our classrooms is as attractive to donors as our athletics.
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