View as web page

Top News

Daily News
Monroe College’s computer system was hacked by someone demanding a $2 million ransom in bitcoin currency. Read more>>

San Francisco Chronicle
Professors and students across the University of California who tried to read articles published in any of 2,500 scholarly journals since Jan. 1 got an unpleasant surprise: They couldn’t. Read more>>
Harvard University has suspended a high-profile economics professor after several women made sexual harassment claims and internal investigations were launched, according to an internal memo obtained by CNN. Read more>>

Alaska Public Media
Notices went out to 12,000 Alaska students that money for their grants and scholarships isn’t currently available for the next school year.  Read more>>

Some college students on a tight budget save money by renting textbooks online instead of buying them at the campus bookstore. A family is sharing a hard lesson after using one of the popular services and getting a late fee sticker shock. Read more>>

Fast Company
Along with educational networks representing more than 7,000 other schools, a long list of higher learning institutions are publicly declaring that we are in an environmental crisis. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Hechinger Report
In Rhode Island, questions persist about the effectiveness of individualized instruction via laptop. Read more>>

The EvoLLLution
Whether buying a luxury car, finding a doctor or enrolling in a postsecondary program, prospective customers are leveraging customer ratings and reviews to inform their decisions. Read more>>

Industry News

U.S. Cyber Range
A Commonwealth of Virginia initiative is now expanding to meet the demand for cybersecurity education across the country.  Read more>>

ECPI University
The ECPI University RAMS eSports Teams compete across a variety of games throughout the year. Read more>>

Campus Management
Campus Management and Pasco-Hernando State College announced their technology partnership to transform the Florida institution with a modern, cloud-based student platform for enabling students to achieve academic and career success in today’s global society. Read more>>


Monterey Herald
Hartnell College’s board of trustees selected Patricia Hsieh, president of San Diego Miramar College, to become the school’s new superintendent/president. Read more>>

The Morning Call
Three weeks after resigning as president of Muhlenberg College, John I. Williams Jr. has stepped down from another position in Allentown. Read more>>
Paine College announced that Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Cheryl Evans Jones, has been named Acting President of the school after the retirement of former President Jerry Hardee. Read more>>