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Notre Dame and Holy Cross partner for pipeline from bachelor's to online data science master's

Bachelor's students at Holy Cross can enroll simultaneously in a data science master's program at Notre Dame. Administrators see such collaborations as integral to the future of traditional colleges.

Archaeology group faces backlash over how it handled known harasser's attendance at meeting

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Society for American Archaeology faces major backlash over how it handled a known harasser's attendance at its annual meeting.

Stevens Point abandons controversial plan to cut liberal arts majors including history and foreign languages

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Wisconsin campus that became the poster child for gutting liberal arts disciplines won't make those cuts after all.

Henry Reichman discusses his new book on the future of academic freedom

Henry Reichman discusses his new book on the future of academic freedom, in which he argues that that future "is up to us."

Professors' reflections on their experiences with 'ungrading' spark renewed interest in the student-centered assessment practice

Professors' reflections on their experiences with 'ungrading' spark renewed interest in the student-centered assessment practice.

National Science Foundation's experiment on federal career trajectories

The federal agency is conducting a two-phase experiment to design tools to better understand career trajectories of its employees and the rest of the federal work force.

Racist writing instructor's Listserv post prompts debate about future of the field and how scholars communicate

Racist writing instructor's Listserv post prompts debate about the future of the field and how scholars communicate with one another.

New approaches to discussion boards aim for dynamic online learning experiences

Instructors and students alike are growing tired of the discussion board formula. Innovative approaches point to the potential for more meaningful online learning experiences.

Sociology's publishing expectations have doubled in recent decades

It's not just you: sociology's publishing expectations have doubled in recent decades, by some measures, and that threatens research ingenuity, according to one study.

New study says trigger warnings are useless. Does that mean they should be abandoned?

A new study says trigger warnings are useless. Does that mean they should be abandoned?

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