A proposed revision to the University of Washington’s faculty code requiring professors to commit to diversity, equity, and inclusion has failed to pass the Seattle institution's faculty senate. Read more
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A new task force to be established by Louisiana lawmakers will examine tenure policies at the state’s colleges and universities and suggest possible reforms. Read more
Airbnb has permanently banned parties and events at homes on its platform, after a temporary measure during the pandemic proved popular with hosts. Read more
Study finds having hard-to-pronounce names—from the perspective of native English speakers—results in poorer job placements for economics Ph.D.s. Read more
UA had more than 400 full-time undergraduates from the state last year, and university officials hope that number will rise. Read more
Fat Studies is an academic field that “confronts and critiques cultural constraints against notions of ‘fatness’ and ‘the fat body," the Popular Culture Association states on its website. Read more
The pandemic has had a lasting legacy on the mental health of the “Covid generation” of students, exacerbating rates of anxiety, depression and self-harm and resulting in a “significant rise” in young people struggling at university, experts have said. Read more
A report from the National Collegiate Athletic Association finds women’s participation in college sports is growing—but so is the funding gap between men’s and women’s programs. Read more
A University of Missouri student reported a professor to the school’s bias response team for showing a video of President Donald Trump criticizing Mexican drug lords, according to records obtained by The College Fix. Read more