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Women’s Wrestling Aims At 2026 NCAA Championship Status

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Women’s wrestling may become the 91st NCAA championship sport in 2026. Second, as the recommendation also includes establishing a Women's Wrestling Committee, which would begin its work in January 2025, to allow time to prepare for a championship in winter 2026. The NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics voted at its Feb.

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Georgia’s university system revives SAT, ACT requirements at 4 more colleges

Higher Ed Dive

Augusta, Georgia State, Georgia Southern and Kennesaw State universities will require test scores from students applying to the 2026-27 academic year.

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How University of Arizona plans to shrink its deficit by $110M

Higher Ed Dive

Now, the college is eyeing a balanced budget by fiscal 2026. The institution’s interim chief financial officer announced cuts and new revenue opportunities.

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Majority of Enterprises will Deploy AI Apps or APIs in Production Environments by 2026

Campus Technology

By 2026, that will skyrocket to 80%, the market research firm forecast in a new report. In 2023, just 5% of enterprises had deployed generative AI apps or used generative APIs in production environments, according to Gartner.

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Youngkin seeks to defund New College Institute in 2026 fiscal year - Monique Holland, Martinsville Bulletin

Economics and Change in Higher Education

million for the institute in the 2025 fiscal year but zero in fiscal year 2026. Glenn Youngkin this week proposed eliminating NCI’s funding in the second year of the two-year state budget. Youngkin’s plan would allocate $4.69

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University of Arizona president to step down amid budgetary issues

Higher Ed Dive

Robert Robbins told the institution’s governing board that he will leave his post by the end of his current contract, which expires in 2026.

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Web and Mobile App Accessibility Regulations

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The regulation goes into effect for large public entities on April 26, 2026, and for small public entities on April 26, 2027. Department of Justice published its final regulation on web and mobile application accessibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the Federal Register on April 24.