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Furman University Sued for Mishandling Sexual Assault Complaint

Two former Furman University students are suing the school for a botched up investigation into a sexual assault complaint.

University of South Florida Shuts Down Confucius Institute

The University of South Florida has closed its Confucius Institute on New Year’s Eve citing fall in student enrollment.

Michigan State University Sued for “Flawed” Sexual Abuse Investigation

A former student is suing the university for not following due process by handing him over a two-year suspension over allegations of raping a freshman.

Brooklyn Law School to Name Chairs to Honor Past Leaders

Brooklyn Law School is establishing various chairs - starting with Nicholas W. Allard chair - to recognize and honor the work of its past leaders and faculty.

Arizona State University Receives $3 Million Gift to Establish Chair in Business

A $3 million gift from Chuck Robel will establish Charles J. Robel Dean's Chair at W. P. Carey Business School.

University of Portland Wins Rising Star Award for Student Engagement

University of Portland’s Engage Program has won the Campus Labs award in the Rising Star category for its innovative way of engaging with students.

California Northstate University to Build New Teaching Hospital

The 250-bedded California Northstate University Medical Center will create 24,000 new jobs and provide specialized care to the city and the regional population.

University of Minnesota Receives $5 Million for Research and Education

Ecolab Foundation’s $5 million given to the University of Minnesota will be spent on promoting sustainability research, conferences on environment and student scholarships.