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‘Worse Than the Original Assault’
Old Dominion University vigorously defends itself and Philip Roth biographer Blake Bailey against sexual misconduct allegations. Did it go too far?
Juilliard Students Protest Rising Tuition
A rare student protest over a tuition increase at one of the world’s most prestigious performing arts schools highlights the tension over tuition discounting.
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Learn how Northeastern University switched from Blackboard to Canvas on a tight timeline with help from K16 Solutions.
Mistrial Renews Concerns
About U.S. China Initiative
A hung jury in the case of a researcher accused of concealing his China ties prompts renewed calls to reconsider the Department of Justice's China Initiative.
Gender, Institutions and Bias
Male scholars are assessed more highly by journal editors if it is revealed they work at a top-ranked university, but the same bias does not materialize for female scholars, study finds.
New Presidents or Provosts: Calvin U, Culver-Stockton College, Emporia State U, Flint Hills Technical College, Moorpark College, Pepperdine U, Umpqua CC, Wilkes U
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Google Gifts $50 Million to HBCUs
Mills May Become Part of Northeastern
University of Michigan Expands Free Tuition Program
North Carolina A&T Provides Free Textbooks
Arizona Governor Bars Public Colleges From Requiring COVID-19 Testing
Academic Minute: Talking Circles
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VIEWS
For Economic Recovery, Invest
in Higher Education Transformation
To ensure that new federal funds help colleges and universities plan for the future, direct some of the money to help institutions transform themselves, John MacIntosh argues.
Student Voice
Complain, Educatedly
When advocating against injustice, one must first put their own adversity, such as discomforts from the pandemic, in perspective, writes student Alexandra Bowman.
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CAREER ADVICE
Conditionally Accepted
Lightening the Burden
Wendi Williams provides advice for how institutions can acknowledge and lessen the disproportionate amount of emotional labor that Black, Indigenous and people of color faculty perform.
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Inside Higher Ed Provosts’ Discussion Featuring CAOs Serving Diverse Institutions of Higher Learning
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BLOGS
Law, Policy -- and IT?
Taking Stock
Broadband deployment.
Call to Action: Marketing and Communications in Higher Education
6 Strategies for Celebrating a Campus Milestone in Style
When your institution approaches a historic event, how can you best prepare to promote the milestone? These best practices can set you up for success.
Confessions of a Community College Dean
Friday Fragments
Academic freedom officers, lessons from Kodak and a jarring bit of trivia.
Just Visiting
Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back In!
I just can't quit spending my time on education-related things.
Tackling Transfer
What Community College Students Tell Us About Transfer
Producing better transfer outcomes requires community college leaders to better understand how transfer supports are currently embedded in the student experience.
Learning Innovation
The 3 Talent Markets for Nonfaculty Educators
Recruiting and retaining learning designers, faculty developers, educational technologists and other digital education professionals.
University of Venus
Cultivating Personal and Professional Flourishing in the Academy
The flourishing framework.
Higher Ed Gamma
What the Pandemic Should Have Taught Us About Effective Teaching
The lessons that ought to shape post-pandemic pedagogy.
Online: Trending Now
Rising Threat of Ransomware and Other Malware
The major threats to operations in higher education in past years were funding shortfalls, natural disasters and dropping enrollments. Now, criminal cyberactivity has risen to a top concern.
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The Key Podcast
Ep. 49: The Future of the Physical Campus
 This week’s episode of The Key explores one university’s plan to shrink its physical footprint and how college leaders are thinking about the role of their campuses going forward.
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