University of North Dakota President Armacost announced the cancelation earlier today. Read more
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Scotland’s first black professor has accused fellow academics of discrimination after an explosive row over Edinburgh’s links with slavery prompted calls for him to quit as chair of two groups re-examining the city’s history. Read more
The University of Pennsylvania announced plans on January 18 to start proceedings that could end in suspension or termination for Professor Amy Wax. Read more
Institutions that work with the federal government are required to maintain certain security controls to protect covered information systems. Read more
Chinese astronauts aboard the Tiangong space station will host a live video call on Saturday afternoon and interact with young students at ground venues in Beijing, as well as the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions. Read more
A new, free online certificate program from Arizona State’s Thunderbird School of Global Management will be offered in 40 languages and seeks to reach refugees, women and others in the developing world. Read more
Black student activists at the University of Pittsburgh recently held a “virtual sit-in” to commemorate a 1969 “takeover” at the school. Read more
Tens of thousands of students are enrolled at institutions that could fail to meet new minimum standards Read more
NFT philanthropy is on the rise. Even if a college or university doesn’t want to auction its own NFTs, they should be ready to receive the cryptocurrency donations that result from the sales. Read more
Amber Norsworthy lives in Mississippi with her four children. It had just turned 3pm when she got home on 27 December. She received a notification on her phone. Read more