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The Washington Post
State funding for the University of Alaska would be cut $70 million over three years under a deal Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy (R) approved that appeared to pull the higher education system back from the brink of immediate fiscal crisis. Read more>>
Cincinnati Christian University is in danger of losing its accreditation. Read more>>

The Salt Lake Tribune
The University of Utah has set aside nearly $1 million to make its campus safer — upgrades that were spurred by the murder of student-athlete Lauren McCluskey. Read more>>
STEM can look like intense equations and mathematical challenges, data analysis and coding. There can be chemicals, medicine and measurements. For many female scientists, mathematicians and engineers, STEM also means being the only woman in the room. Read more>>

Independent Record
The University of Montana and Carroll College announced a new partnership that will allow students to earn graduate degrees in law and public administration while shaving time off their college experience. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The New York Times
I love the United States. But I will leave my country with no hope of returning. Read more>>

NASCAR should already have a good idea about how popular college football is on Saturday nights in the fall. Read more>>

Santa Barbara Independent
Well-endowed universities are eager to admit and fund promising students. Read more>>

Industry News

Pharmaceutical Technology
Biopharmaceutical firm CureVac has signed a collaborative research agreement with Yale University to discover new therapeutic candidates for the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Read more>>

NuScale Power
Three of the company’s reactor simulators will be installed at Oregon State University, Texas A&M University-College Station and the University of Idaho. Read more>>

Allegion, a provider of security products and solutions, announced that the Schlage AD electronic locks, NDE networked wireless locks, LE networked wireless locks and MT multi-technology readers now support contactless student IDs in Apple Wallet. Read more>>


The Texas Tribune
Natalicio, 79, will spend her last day as UTEP’s president after becoming the first woman to hold the position in 1988. Read more>>

AP via U.S. News and World Report
Officials of a Tennessee college have voted out the school’s president, who has been accused of plagiarism, nepotism and not handling mold or rodent issues in residence halls. Read more>>

Madison Magazine
After serving as Edgewood College president since 2014 and various other campus leadership positions for another 15 years, Scott Flanagan announced he is leaving the institution. Read more>>