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Continuing Ed: The Musical

by Ronee Saroff
January 10, 2017

It’s a Wednesday night in November and a doctor, a software engineer, a CFO and I are rearranging the furniture in a cramped, overheated room on the third floor of a late Victorian...

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Lyndon, Johnson Will Seek and Accept a New Term as Northern Vermont University

by Jeb Spaulding
January 3, 2017

Protecting public mission requires the courage to change ... Despite the serious headwinds buffeting small, rural, tuition-dependent public colleges, they can survive—and even...

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How Much Power Does a Higher Ed Institution Have Over Including Transgender Students in Greek Life?

by AiVi Nguyen
December 19, 2016

Different images come to mind when thinking about college fraternities and sororities, depending on who you are. Some people love them, some hate them, and some have only experienced...

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For Colleges and Universities, Complex Networks Require a Layered Approach to Security

by Matt Kozloski
November 29, 2016

Colleges and universities experienced something of a wakeup call in 2010, when hackers breached an Ohio State University system containing the social security numbers, dates of...

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Sanctuary … and Other Notes from the NEJHE Beat …

by John O. Harney
November 21, 2016

Sanctuary? How will higher education fare under a President Donald Trump? The campaign’s misogyny shouldn’t sit well with a student body that is now majority-female. Its disavowal...

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Newslink

New England Economists To Prognosticate on Trump Era

by John O. Harney
January 10, 2017

Register Today for NEEP Conference, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston! The New England Economic Partnership (NEEP) will explore "What’s Ahead After...

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Meotti to Head Washington State Achievement Group; Key Higher Ed Leaders Announce Plans to Retire

by John O. Harney
January 9, 2017

Meotti Comings and Goings ... Michael Meotti, former commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Higher Education and executive vice president and chief operating officer of...

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Will Lawmakers Press DeVos on Donors, Higher Ed Policies?

by The New England Council
January 9, 2017

DC Shuttle ... Education Secretary Hearing Set. The Senate Health Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee will hold a confirmation hearing this week to consider the nomination...

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NEBHE Announces New Transfer Initiative for Regional Student Program

by Stafford Peat and Wendy Lindsay
January 6, 2017

The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) is launching a new interstate initiative to facilitate transfer from community colleges to out-of-state bachelor’s degree programs...

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Radio Higher Ed Podcast Explores Student Loans from Borrowers’ Perspective

by John O. Harney
January 3, 2017

Through its partnership with RadioHigherEd.com, NEJHE presents the release of Federal Student Loan Servicing: Strengths and Weaknesses/The Borrower Perspective. The podcast...

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