No matter how many Black people are hired or enrolled there, it has always been and will always be a stop for them, not a home.
alerie Sheares Ashby, one of Duke University’s most prolific academic leaders and fundraisers, has been selected as the next president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, leaders from the University System of Maryland yesterday announced.
The NCAA will crown a national champion of its men’s basketball tournament this evening, but only after its women’s championship and a novel all-star game dedicated to showcasing athletes at […]
Higher Education Accreditation released a joint advisory statement today to advance best practices for boards and presidents on accreditation sustainability.
The Missouri system will look to reduce deficits by revising its investments and encouraging future retirees to buy out of the plan.
The number is far short of the 30,000 students that Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s envisioned with his $47 million investment in the program since 2020.
The US Department of Education is mandating that owners of these institutions will be responsible for making the federal government whole on student loan losses.
Officials from the FBI and US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced earlier this month that a number of state agencies, including colleges and universities, had been victimized by […]
UC Berkeley, from all angles, appears to have an enrollment strategy of getting students into classes and letting the privilege and pressure of acceptance guide the housing security process. Enough […]
People of color and women are being tapped for college and university presidencies at a greater rate since the murder of George Floyd and resulting global racial reckoning. Inside Higher […]