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Another Setback for Programs Overseen by Troubled Accreditor

A large for-profit college chain fails in first attempt to find a new accreditor, potentially raising the stakes for the Trump administration's review of ACICS, its current agency.

China vies to lead in adopting blockchain technology

China is likely to take the lead in adopting blockchain — a type of technology originally developed as a digitized public ledger for cryptocurrency transactions — in the real economy, an industry white paper says.

For years, Chinese students flocked to MSU. Now their numbers are declining.

All around the circular table that Jianshu Jian and Xi Chen occupied inside the Michigan State University Union, their fellow students were frantically typing away at final projects while pop hits from Halsey and Shawn Mendes played in the background.

With new space agency, Australian universities look to the stars

Australia’s long-awaited re-entry into space promises powerful payloads for universities, according to the woman appointed to head the country’s first space agency.

UK Universities under pressure to scrap use of nine-month contracts

UK higher education institutions are under increasing pressure to scrap their use of nine-month contracts after Durham University said that it would employ all teaching fellows for a minimum of 12 months from the coming academic year