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House Bill Seeks to Limit Access to Federally Funded Research

Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee are seeking to stop a Biden administration effort that would make the results of...
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Labor Market Data Play Growing Role in Higher Ed

A Rutgers University study found that colleges are increasingly using the information to analyze graduates’ employment outcomes, recruit students and create new programs, among many other uses.

Hawai‘i Community College Pays Ransom After Data Breach

In a rare move, a community college announced it has paid a ransom to hackers after data from roughly 28,000...
A person with a screen for a head displaying "ChatGPT" writes "welcome to class" on an orange wall.

Professors Craft Courses on ChatGPT With ChatGPT

While some institutions are banning the use of the new AI tool, others are leaning into its use and offering courses dedicated solely to navigating the new technology.

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MOVEit Attack Signals Growing Cybersecurity Threats for Higher Ed

Security experts warn the success of recent hacker actions will mean more attacks against vulnerable institutions.

AI Boom Creates Concerns for Recent Graduates

More than half of recent graduates question whether they are properly prepared for the workforce in light of the rise...
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College ‘Email for Life’ at Risk for Many

Google’s decision to limit free storage for universities has kicked off a scramble to preserve lifetime email or manage the fallout.

A teacher trainee enrolled in an apprenticeship program at Reach University stands in front of an elementary school classroom, her hand raised as if to get students' attention. In the background, Reach University president Joe E. Ross is seated.

Will ‘Apprenticeship Degrees’ Come to America?

The emergence of prestigious “degree apprenticeships” in the United Kingdom has implications for the future of higher ed in the U.S., Joe E. Ross writes.