A new survey found instructors are less concerned about students cheating in online courses than they were at the start of the pandemic. But experts say there is still plenty to worry about.

Faculty, Teaching and Learning

Oklahoma City University is closing two of its education programs amid declining enrollment—and projected teacher shortages.
A California lawmaker wants to pay thousands of low-income students $500 monthly stipends to help them get by. The idea is modeled after universal basic income programs.
The authors of a new book on leading higher ed institutions in tough times discuss the trouble with trustees, the challenges of being a provost and why college presidents are like mayors of midsize cities.
The federal government agrees to undo adverse immigration actions taken against foreign nationals who enrolled in the fake University of Northern New Jersey, established as part of a sting operation.


Many caregivers—and single mothers in particular—have been forced to balance college, work and childcare in relative isolation with little support and few resources, writes Stacey-Ann Foster.

Career Advice

Zoom conferences have advantages, but when Robert Franciosi attended a small regional meeting in person, he reveled in the engagement, and the pandemic-shrouded world momentarily receded.


Confessions of a Community College Dean

January 28, 2022
A misleading scholarship letter and the changing face of snowstorms over the years

Learning Innovation

January 27, 2022
The opportunity to invest in independent comparative analysis.

University of Venus

January 27, 2022
Finding joy in your work.

Beyond Transfer

January 27, 2022
While AI-assisted education technologies offer great promise, they also pose a significant risk of simply replicating the biases of the past.

Just Visiting

January 26, 2022
David Leonhardt of The New York Times thinks worry about catching COVID-19 is “irrational.” Some people are apparently invisible to him.

Just Explain It to Me!

January 25, 2022
Understanding who is responsible for managing the campus can help you figure out who can provide help or whom to complain to.

Call to Action: Marketing and Communications in Higher Education

January 25, 2022
How faculty and staff can work with marcomm teams to set and meet mutual goals in 2022.


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