Roadmap of College Credit for Military Experience

University of North Carolina’s new tool translates military occupations and training to nearly 7,000 matches for college courses across its 16 universities.

Georgia University’s Decision to Close Prison Program Prompts ‘Heartbreak’

Professors and students want Georgia State University to keep its college-in-prison program open. The institution’s leaders say new federal standards make it too costly to do so.

Ukraine Will Inspect Huge Spike in Enrollments by Draft-Age Students

College applications climbed by almost 2,000 percent in 2022, the year of the Russian invasion. Most students chose low-cost courses with minimal entrance requirements.

Campus Engagement Tip: Invite Students to Dine with Strangers

A decades-old tradition at the University of California, Los Angeles, brings together students and alumni over a meal to build connections and trust.

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Is College Worth It?

David Wippman and Glenn C. Altschuler review a new book taking on the “myth” of the college wage premium.

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We Should Rethink Performance-Based Funding

States should provide upfront funding for colleges to invest in proven strategies to meet completion goals, Charles Ansell writes.

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Three Questions for Beth Winkelstein on Penn’s New CETLI

A conversation with the deputy provost on the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Innovation.

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Preparing for Our New AI Workforce in Higher Education

The rapid development of Generative AI has opened the possibility of far more efficient and cost-effective use of technology to assume roles currently performed by people.

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Why and How to Become a Public Scholar

As academics, we are concerned with data and assessing outcomes, writes Angel B. Jones, but are we truly measuring the impact of our work?

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How Open Should Teachers Be About Using AI?

A lot has been written about the impact of AI on student work, but relatively little has focused on the role it should play for instructors, writes Steve Baule.

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Student Voice: Life After College

Students say how their colleges and universities are and should be preparing them for the workforce, including through their experiences with campus career centers, experiential learning and career influencers.