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Feb. 27, 2023
Academe Today: A Faculty Committee Recommended Censure, but She Ended Up Suspended Without PayNew Florida bill would create DeSantis U.; the College Board’s hollow AP vision; when students set course policies; faculty writing rooms; and more.
Feb. 24, 2023
Academe Today: By Announcing an Investigation, Did Tulane Censor a Student?ChatGPT comes for faculty writing; what Michigan State leaders learned responding to a shooting; America’s gun problem and foreign students; and more.
Feb. 23, 2023
Academe Today: How a Center for Civic Education Became a Political ProvocationEducation Dept. shocks ed-tech experts and colleges with expanded oversight; higher-ed strikes proliferate; what “woke” means; and more.
Feb. 22, 2023
Academe Today: Slamming the Door on ScholarshipA new way of admitting students shows promise; the best education is a bad education; and more.
Feb. 21, 2023
Academe Today: Teaching in an Age of ‘Militant Apathy’Where enrollments bounced back — or didn’t; five trends coming to campus; and more.
Feb. 17, 2023
Academe Today: The Climate-Conscious CollegeChapel Hill debates civics curriculum pushed by board; Michigan State wonders whether to go remote; endowments tumbled last year; and more.
Feb. 16, 2023
Academe Today: Everyone Is Talking About ‘Belonging,’ but What Does It Really Mean?Women do higher ed’s chores, and why that must change; college’s president faces calls to resign; giving to colleges boomed in fiscal 2022; and more.
Feb. 15, 2023
Academe Today: Flagships Across the Country Prosper While Regional Colleges WitherTuition revenue fell at 61% of colleges during pandemic; as federal Covid relief ends, colleges face cuts; after Michigan State shooting; and more.
Feb. 14, 2023
Academe Today: Students Demand Endless Flexibility — but Is It What They Need?Three killed, five injured in shooting at Michigan State; higher ed’s political naïveté; John Guillory responds to his critics; and more.
Feb. 13, 2023
Academe Today: Congrats! You Didn’t Apply, but We Admitted You Anyway.Provost quits after his plan to cut faculty workload is shelved; accreditor raises pressure on North Idaho College; top Fulbright producers; and more.