A Sinology camp for young scholars was held by the International Confucian Association, Beijing Language and Culture University and Nishan World Center for Confucian Studies in East China's Shandong province and Beijing on Oct 15-20. Read more
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A California and Oregon-based medical school has hired its first “Vice President for Humanism, Equity and Anti-Racism” who will begin his new job on November 1. Read more
An A-level textbook has been withdrawn after a youth worker raised the alarm about an “inappropriate” question asking whether the treatment of Native Americans had been exaggerated. Read more
Landscape design leader says colleges can boost their image by opening their palettes to exteriors. Read more
‘Equity’ students’ post-course outcomes slant towards further study rather than work, Australian research finds Read more
Courses in Ohio State University’s Early Childhood Education program center around social justice and woke identity topics. Read more
A professor and program director at a prominent Catholic law school argues against religious exemptions for Covid vaccines, saying they should not exist. Read more
Singapore’s new foreign interference law will exacerbate the “pervasive culture of academic self-censorship,” critics have warned, despite assurances that routine university activities will not be affected. Read more
The free community college tuition proposal isn’t completely dead, but it would take an unprecedented turnaround for it to survive President Joe Biden’s scaled-back rebuilding plan for America. Read more
Officials at the University of Arkansas used the Genderbread Person as a teaching resource in a presentation on safe zones and sexuality. Read more