Arts and Humanities Research Council funding ‘has been some sort of oasis, but it too is now quickly drying up’ Read more
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New laws come after weeks of protests sparked by a series of teacher suicides said to be linked to malicious complaints from parents Read more
Stanford University employs nearly the same number of administrators as undergrads enrolled at the school — even as the number of educators per student has decreased over the last decade, an analysis conducted by The College Fix found. Read more
US authors George RR Martin and John Grisham are suing ChatGPT-owner OpenAI over claims their copyright was infringed to train the system. Read more
Nobel-winning scientists are now using large language models, but experts say their impact on research is only just starting. Read more
A national ad campaign promised prospective students that attending the school would lead them to receive preferential hiring treatment at a number of high-profile companies, including Microsoft and Adobe. Read more
Syracuse University is honoring former radical left-wing figures like Cuban Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara and black nationalist Malcolm X with a mural framing, depicting them alongside figures like Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King Jr. Read more
Move comes as education laws restricting teaching of race, sexuality and other topics are being implemented across the US Read more
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is launching a new initiative to tackle the proliferation of alternative credential programs as higher education embraces new business models amid a changing landscape. Read more
New faculty training courses at the University of Michigan this fall ask employees to check their “privilege,” use “inclusive language” for LGBTQ+ individuals, and respond to “harmful microaggressions” on campus. Read more