After The Chronicle reported on 10 women's complaints, eight more have described incidents. Jorge DomÃnguez, a professor of government, has been put on administrative leave pending an investigation.
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A project coordinated across 11 states will shed light on how policy variables affect the success of completion grants.
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A young university that serves low-income and Hispanic populations closely monitors students to ensure they graduate on time.
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Lawsuits, for one thing.
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