Widely expected Plan S-style order hailed as ‘major boost’ to global movement
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Educational technology services company Zovio has stated its intention to spin off Ashford University, the for-profit institution it has been trying to convert to a nonprofit for more than a year.
For Agie Neneh Sissoho, a neuroscience major from the South Bronx, attending Barnard College on scholarships has been a huge opportunity but at times an intimidating challenge.
Facebook has announced it will remove videos modified by artificial intelligence, known as deepfakes, from its platform.
One university in New York has been granted almost $1 million as part of a "diversity" initiative.
A long-dormant male-centric initiative on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis has been revived by two students there, with the group seeking to “improve the state of masculine-identifying students” at the school.
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Parents fighting charges in admissions scandal don't deny giving money to colleges. But legal brief argues that the transactions are donations.
Legal action may be taken against the University of California-Berkeley after it released a document showing that mandatory diversity statements may have led to discrimination in hiring.
Survey of 200 hires finds them often stuck in usual disciplinary confines rather than working across boundaries as intended