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  • Image: Indiana U Sued Over COVID-19 Requirement June 22, 6:14 a.m. Indiana University is being sued by eight students who say its COVID-19 vaccination requirement violates the "14h Amendment, which includes rights of personal autonomy and bodily integrity and […]
  • Starting Off Mississippi University for Women is launching a campaign to raise $25 million by 2024. Thus far it has raised $18 million. Morehouse School of Medicine announced a campaign to raise $225 million by 2024. A major goal of the […]
  • Image: The Department of Education began its negotiated rule-making process Monday by holding the first of three days of public hearings, with commenters discussing topics for federal student aid regulations the department is planning to consider. The department solicited […]
  • Image: The class for the creative writing master of fine arts program at City College of New York this past spring was its largest yet — enrollment jumped from 120 students in the fall to 140 this spring. There […]
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  • Today we celebrate and honor Juneteenth. Kelly Cherwin, director of editorial strategy for HigherEdJobs had the opportunity to speak with two higher education professionals on what Juneteenth means to their campus, capture a glimpse into different celebrations, and how campuses can acknowledge and reflect on denouncing racism on […]
  • Over the past few years, it has become more and more common for lesbian and gay coaches to include the names of spouses and partners in their bios. Dr. Pat Griffin, professor emerita of education at University of Massachusetts Amherst and longtime advocate for equality in sports, describes […]
  • With the growth of online education, even after the pandemic, distributed and asynchronous online learning will remain a staple of higher education. How can you close the distance between you and your students? These five practices can help any online, remote, or asynchronous teacher better connect and empathize […]
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