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Cynthia Lummis’ statement sparks strong reaction from graduation crowd and on social media.
The president of Cal State Los Angeles is also under fire for his alleged inaction after a faculty member and Black Lives Matter leader was removed from an event by campus police.
The severity of sanctions is increasing, so what does that mean for the best and brightest faculty?
Even as higher ed is moving past the pandemic, two presidents have tested positive in the past week.
Cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent and more costly, but smart institutions can power through them.
While most in higher ed are planning for wide-open ceremonies, others are still keeping masks on.
A former student comes forward alleging that she was raped and that the university did not help protect her.
The University of West Georgia's holistic approach includes the creation of a key position with president-level power.
Institutions post opportunities for scientific researchers and students who have been displaced by the war with Russia.
With commencement ceremonies a month away and the city seeing a 140% increase, the university isn't taking chances.
As institutions have lessened protocols and talked up an endemic phase, a new variant is lurking and spreading rapidly.
Despite a rise in cases statewide in New York, the University of Rochester opts to end booster requirements for students and faculty.
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