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  • Higher Ed Under Biden-Harris

    In his first months in office, President Biden has reversed Trump-administration policies and introduced measures to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. The Chronicle is tracking those developments and breaking down what they mean for higher education.
  • Live Coronavirus Updates: Here’s the Latest

    Covid-19 vaccination is well underway, but the Omicron variant is threatening nationwide. The Chronicle is tracking developments across higher ed here. Read on for daily live updates and information.
  • The Chronicle Book Club

  • #FutureEd

    On January 27th, Cathy Davidson, a professor of interdisciplinary studies at Duke University, began teaching a six-week MOOC on the history and future of higher education. Ms. Davidson is also teaching a face-to-face graduate class on the same topic. The students in that course, who are helping to facilitate the MOOC, are blogging here about the design of the MOOC and the ideas being discussed.
  • Data Points

  • The Ph.D. Placement Project

  • Adjunct Voices

    Help us document the broad range of diversity in the adjunct experience. If you would like to be considered for our ongoing video series, please send us an email that includes your name, the place or places where you teach, and a summary of your life as an adjunct. Or, pitch your story in video on Instagram.
  • Bottom Line

  • Decision 2012