Emporia State University is starting a campaign to raise $50 million by October to support student success. The university has already raised $42 million.
Robert Morris U […]
Colorado School of Mines is starting a major in quantitative biosciences and engineering.
Dickinson College is starting an online master's program in managing complex disasters.
Linfield College is […]
Colleges, for generations, have encouraged new students to “find their place” in student organizations on campus. That's bad advice, writes Lisa M. Nunn in College Belonging: How First-Year and […]
Amber Stephenson, health-care management
Julie Dorsey, occupational therapy
Jessica Dunning-Lozano, sociology
Carlos Figueroa, politics
Enrique González-Conty, modern […]
Berkshire Community College is starting a certificate in entrepreneurship.
New York University is starting an M.S. in clinical research nursing.
Northwestern College, in Iowa, is starting a major in software […]
Scott Jaschik wrote a new post, Author discusses his book on 'a conservative case for liberal education', on the site SOE Student Leadership Council 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Jonathan Marks is a conservative professor at a liberal arts college. A professor of politics at Ursinus College, he might have written a book that simply denounced liberal arts colleges. But in Let's Be […]
Jay D. Tasson, physics
Layla Oesper, computer science
Bradley Borthwick, art
Alicia E. Ellis, German
Aaron Hanlon, English
Robert Lester, economics
Lindsay Mayka, […]
Emporia State University is starting a master of science in nursing program.
Hudson County Community College, in New Jersey, is starting a certificate in culinary business innovation.
North Carolina State […]
Scott Jaschik wrote a new post, Author discusses his book on a fight over the classics that points to answers to questions about the humanities, on the site SOE Student Leadership Council 2 weeks, 5 days ago
A great debate about the classics took place in American higher education in the 19th century. The debate was about the dominant role of the classics (then), to the exclusion of most other fields. Eric Adler, […]
University of North Carolina at Wilmington is starting a campaign to raise $100 million. To date, $86 million has been raised.
Arizona State University has finished a f […]
A University of Iowa dean apologized to a student for the way he was treated in the fall during a campus debate over former president Trump's executive order banning federal funding for antibias or diversity […]
Colorado School of Mines is starting a bachelor of science in business engineering and management science.
Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Mich., is starting a master of arts in digital humanities.
Villanova University warned students of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases on campus, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The university had 186 active cases as of Sunday.
“This weekend the COVID-19 dashboard n […]
Scott Jaschik wrote a new post, Authors discuss their new book on gender equity in academe, on the site SOE Student Leadership Council 1 month ago
Why do faculty women still face bias and an unwelcome reception in so much of higher education? What can institutions do about it?
These are the questions that frame Building Gender Equity in the Academy: […]
Central New Mexico Community College is launching associate of arts programs in Chicana/o studies and American studies.
State University of New York at Fredonia is starting a graduate-level certificate in […]
Under pressure from students, Harvard University canceled a course that was to have been offered this semester on a controversial policing technique used in Springfield, Mass.
The technique is known as C3, or […]
Florida State University is starting a master of science in entrepreneurship, social and sustainable enterprises.
Grace College is expanding its counseling major to offer concentrations in addictions and child […]
Washington University in St. Louis
Opeolu M. Adeoye, emergency medicine
David S. Ahn, economics
Yin Cao, surgery
Katherine C. Fuh, obstetrics and gynecology
Nicolae B. Gârleanu, finance
Nupam P. Mahajan, […]
Imagine the first-generation students who end up at one of the top colleges in the country. They are largely from lower-income families and more likely to be minority students than the entire student body. They […]
Andrew College, in Georgia, is starting a bachelor of science in elementary education.
Concordia College, in New York, is adding a bachelor of science in new media communications and digital production.
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