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Finding courses that fit both a student’s schedule and degree path is getting help from new tech tools.

UT Austin Changes Course to Require In-Person Work

Many staff staunchly oppose the new policy, arguing that commuting is expensive and that administrators made the decision without consulting employees.

Report: What Works in Recruiting Diverse Students to the Humanities

New research from the National Humanities Alliance seeks to break barriers to participation for historically underserved communities in humanities programs through highlighting effective initiatives.

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Whither OPMs?

The collapse of the online program management market in the eyes of investors points to the need to revise the model, Trace Urdan writes.

Helping Students Unlearn ‘Learned Helplessness’

The challenge is to promote help-seeking behaviors without fostering dependency, Erin Andrews writes.


Three More Questions for Yellowdig’s Shaunak Roy

On human connections, student isolation, AI and online learning.

The ‘Browning’ of America

Beyond the embrace of Black creativity in popular culture, is this country moving toward a transracial society?

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Introducing the Engaged Associate Professor

Many of us are stuck well beyond the time it’s supposed to take to reach the rank of full professor, but that doesn't mean we're failing, writes Lauren Monroe.

The Power of Confident and Impactful Communication

Scholars must convey complex concepts in ways that make an impression, write Diane A. Safer and Susanna Baddiel, who offer a toolkit for doing so successfully.


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