Personal data belonging to more than 155,000 former Pierce College students and staff was leaked on the dark web after a cyberattack this summer, according to a lawsuit. Read more
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Academic Partnerships’ acquisition of Wiley’s online program business is latest change in tumultuous online program management market. Read more
The US and China have agreed on measures to tackle climate change but stopped short of committing to end fossil fuels, a joint statement said. Read more
A new study finds over half of students use generative AI, while more than 75 percent of faculty members do not regularly use the technology. Read more
University investigates Berislav Zlokovic after his lab members describe image and notebook manipulation, and warn of danger to stroke patients from resulting medical trial Read more
The idea is to expose students to an interdisciplinary framework that centers art and visuality, helping to destabilize our relationship to a future with incarceration imagined inside of it,’ professor says Read more
International student enrollment continues to rebound since travel restrictions laid waste to foreign student prospects. Three years removed from the pandemic, enrollment has once again topped 1 million students, according to Open Doors, the primary data tool for international students in the U.S. and those studying abroad. Read more
Artificial Intelligence could save lives by warning where a hurricane will hit land much sooner than traditional forecasting systems, researchers say. Read more
The goal of the model, started at Loyola University, is to get low-income students to and through college with little to no debt. Read more
The number of students from the United States heading to China to study is likely to increase in the years to come due to their sustained interest in the country, a US State Department official said, as both Washington and Beijing agreed to ramp up people-to-people exchanges. Read more