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Former UCSF Administrator Sentenced to Prison for Embezzling Tuition

Inside Higher Ed

A former administrator at the University of California, San Francisco, was sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered to pay more than $1.5 million in restitution for committing wire fraud.

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Biden Administration Looks to Clamp Down on Inclusive Access

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Biden Administration Looks to Clamp Down on Inclusive Access Katherine Knott Mon, 01/29/2024 - 03:00 AM For nearly a decade, universities have been able to automatically charge students for books and supplies, creating a system the Education Department says lacks transparency. Byline(s) Katherine Knott

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Biden-Harris Administration Approves $1.2B in Loan Forgiveness for SAVE Plan Borrowers

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The Biden-Harris administration has announced it will automatically discharge $1.2 Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal The administration has now approved loan forgiveness for nearly 3.9 The administration has also approved: $56.7 The administration has also approved: $56.7 The action comes as 7.5 billion for 1.3

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Administrator's Suicide Leaves Campus Reeling with 'Despair' and 'Disappointment'

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Administrator's Suicide Leaves Campus Reeling with 'Despair' and 'Disappointment' Sara Weissman Fri, 01/12/2024 - 04:23 PM The fallout at Lincoln University of Missouri prompted calls for the president's firing and raised questions about the treatment of Black women in academe. Byline(s) Sara Weissman

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6 Powers Administrators Should Cultivate

Inside Higher Ed

The most valuable skill for an administrator working at a university is the ability to identify and solve problems quickly and effectively. Daniel Park provides advice on how to approach the daily challenges and conflicts that occur at colleges and universities with the right attitude and mind-set.

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Biden-Harris Administration Approves Additional Billions in Student Debt Relief

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

With the 2024 presidential election on the horizon, the Biden-Harris administration is continuing its student loan debt relief efforts, this time approving nearly $5 billion. billion brings the total amount of forgiveness that the Biden-Harris administration has approved to $136.6 This most recent $4.9 billion, with more than 3.7

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Investigations Conclude College Administrators Lied to Media, Mistreated Faculty

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Investigations Conclude College Administrators Lied to Media, Mistreated Faculty Sara Weissman Fri, 12/15/2023 - 03:00 AM The investigations found that Spartanburg Community College disbanded its Faculty Senate and surveilled faculty members, then lied about it to media outlets and South Carolina’s inspector general. Byline(s) Sara Weissman