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Matthew Abraham, a light-brown-skinned man with dark hair; Keith Maggert, a white man with long dark hair and a beard; and Wei Hua Lin, an Asian man wearing glasses.
Matthew Abraham, a light-brown-skinned man with dark hair; Keith Maggert, a white man with long dark hair and a beard; and Wei Hua Lin, an Asian man wearing glasses.
Faculty members at the University of Arizona say they’ve been blocked from service on a key committee because they’ve criticized the institution in the past. What’s going on?
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A cartoon image of a man in a red shirt and backpack standing at a crossroads of three arrows against a blue background.
A cartoon image of a man in a red shirt and backpack standing at a crossroads of three arrows against a blue background.
A new study explores why students drop out of college or choose not to enroll.
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Students in University of Wyoming T-shirts walk on campus.
Students in University of Wyoming T-shirts walk on campus.
A new program spearheaded by the University of Wyoming seeks to prepare rural students for college and bridge a divide between far-flung communities and higher ed institutions in the state.
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People watching a gay pride parade carry rainbow flags. One wears a shirt that says, "Some people are gay. Get over it."
People watching a gay pride parade carry rainbow flags. One wears a shirt that says, "Some people are gay. Get over it."
New research by the Trevor Project shows that LGBTQ+ students are at significantly lower risk of suicide if their college offers mental health and LGBTQ+-specific resources.

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A group of people at a boardroom table face a screen on which several participants are connecting remotely.
A group of people at a boardroom table face a screen on which several participants are connecting remotely.
It’s time to evolve experiential learning to keep pace with business and create greater equity and inclusion, writes Kim Churches.

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An illustration of an urban skyline in the background with a more rural, bucolic setting in the foreground.
An illustration of an urban skyline in the background with a more rural, bucolic setting in the foreground.
When thinking about what jobs in academe to pursue, we rarely seem to consider the startling differences between various sorts of colleges and universities, writes Claire Potter.

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Beyond Transfer

September 29, 2022
Data demonstrate strong outcomes for transfer students who attend Hispanic-serving institutions.

Just Visiting

September 28, 2022
A guest post from Elizabeth Wardle announcing the full kickoff of the Miami Writing Institute.

Higher Ed Gamma

September 28, 2022
How to better prepare humanities graduates for the future of work without diluting the value of a humanities education.

Confessions of a Community College Dean

September 28, 2022
A refreshing proposal for funding community colleges.

Learning Innovation

September 27, 2022
Gaining a broad and deep historical perspective on work as we think about where higher ed work might go from here.

Just Explain It to Me!

September 27, 2022
Fundraising may not technically be one of the magical arts, but keeping donors happy while serving institutional purposes can take superhuman skills.

 

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