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The Washington Post
The University of Maryland at College Park confirmed that the school has been placed on warning by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education and that its accreditation is in jeopardy. Read more>>

The New York Times
A former University of Southern California doctor accused of sexual misconduct involving hundreds of patients was arrested, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed. Read more>>

CNET.com
Some information left on shared records could be combined with Google’s geolocation data to identify patients, a lawsuit alleges. Read more>>

New Hampshire Union Leader
The NH School of Mechanical Trades held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open a new Hampton facility that will focus on addressing the shortage of skilled workers while training the workforce of the future. Read more>>

TheFabricator.com
A week after the spring semester ended, six welding faculty at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, Pa., went back to school—as students. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

CentralMaine.com
For too long, poverty wages have been the norm in adjunct teaching, a profession dominated by women. State officials must change that. Read more>>

Society should not fear the rise of smart machines, and should instead focus on how we can flourish in an age of artificial intelligence, said speakers at a Northeastern University symposium at Chatham House in London. Read more>>

South Bend Tribune
Students attending Indiana University are facing a 2.5 percent tuition increase that translates to an extra $500 the next two years. Read more>>

Industry News

Campus Management
Campus Management and Del Mar College announced a partnership to support the growing need for a highly skilled workforce in the Gulf Coast Region of Texas. Read more>>

Interkal
Interkal, a manufacturer of spectator seating in the United States, recently outfitted the University of North Georgia with 3,600 seats from the company’s VISION collection of stadium seating solutions. Read more>>

FlatWorld
FlatWorld announced the results from its second annual survey of university faculty members’ attitudes towards textbook costs. Read more>>