- Biden Administration Calls for 'Renewed U.S. Commitment' to International EducationBy Karin Fischer In an unusual joint statement, the U.S. Departments of Education and State have proposed a coordinated national approach to promote American higher education and its global ties.
- Why Are Colleges So Cowardly?Jennifer Freyd has a few ideas.By Tom Bartlett Jennifer Freyd has a few thoughts about how administrators should — and shouldn't — respond to people who raise concerns.
- New Student-Visa Data Paint an Optimistic Picture for Fall EnrollmentsBy Karin Fischer and Dan Bauman The number of visas issued to international students this summer is returning to pre-pandemic levels, a Chronicle analysis has found.
- These Are the Books That Colleges Think Every Freshman Should ReadBy Audrey Williams June and Jacquelyn EliasExplore 1,064 choices on more than 700 campuses, in an interactive database across four years of American higher ed.
- Watch the First Trailer for Netflix's New Fictional Show About Higher EdBy Fernanda Zamudio-Suarez Grab some popcorn. In The Chair, the actress Sandra Oh stars as the new leader of a beleaguered English department.
- Transitions: New Chancellor at the U. of Washington at Bothell; George Washington U. Names Interim ProvostAppointments, resignations, retirements, awards, deathsBy Julia PiperKristin Esterberg goes to the University of Washington at Bothell from the State University of New York College at Potsdam.