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Legal Scholars Worry About Affirmative Action and Civil Rights if Barrett is Confirmed

by | September 29, 2020 As Judge Amy Coney Barrett makes the rounds on Capitol Hill this week in preparation for her co Read more

Study: Collegiate Esports Is Booming, But Women Are Being Left Behind

by | September 28, 2020
Varsity esports programs are rapidly expanding onto the collegiate scene, but women players are [...] Read more

Institute For Student Achievement Keeps Closing Achievement Gaps in K-12 Schools

by | September 25, 2020
The Institute for Student Achievement (ISA) is a nonprofit that partners with underperforming K [...] Read more

Assessing COVID-19’s Impact on Student Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts

by | September 24, 2020
In a presidential election year, get-out-the-vote efforts on college campuses are typically rob [...] Read more

Take Three Classes and Utah State University Guarantees Your Admission in New Policy

by | September 23, 2020
Utah State University announced a new admissions policy on Wednesday, aimed at increasing acces [...] Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Grapple With Public Health Implications of In-Person Instruction

by | September 22, 2020
At the end of June, 97% of college presidents reported that their universities planned to offer [...] Read more

IBM Partners With HBCUs to Diversify Quantum Computing Workforce

by | September 21, 2020
In partnership with historically Black colleges and universities, IBM recently launched a quant [...] Read more

SEC Business Deans Band Together To Spotlight Issues of Diversity and Inclusion

by | September 18, 2020
Amid Black Lives Matter protests this summer, the 14 college of business deans of the Southeast [...] Read more

State Auditor Investigates Ole Miss Professor for Participating in Scholar Strike for Racial Justice

by | September 17, 2020
A Republican state auditor is pressuring the University of Mississippi to fire tenured sociolog [...] Read more

What Does the Education Department’s New Final Rule Mean For Religion and Free Speech in Higher Education?

by | September 16, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education issued its final rule on religious liberty and free inquiry la [...] Read more

Report Analyzes Impact of Guided Pathways Practices at Community Colleges

by | September 15, 2020
The Center for Community College Student Engagement’s new report analyzed the impact of guide [...] Read more

Guide Outlines Benefits of Institutional Collaboration with Head Start

by Lois Elfman | September 14, 2020
The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) has released a guide detailing how to forge [...] Read more

When Re-Opened Campuses Close, Students Need to Figure Out Where to Go

by | September 11, 2020
Campuses across the country re-opened this fall only to close again as COVID-19 cases spiked. T [...] Read more

New William & Mary Program Supports Veterans as They Transition to the Civilian Workforce

by | September 10, 2020
William & Mary (W&M) is utilizing an anonymous $10 million gift from an alumna to establish the [...] Read more

Report Finds Disparities Among Students Earning Paid Internships

by | September 9, 2020
New research by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) found disparities amo [...] Read more
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