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‘Lawsuits Will Happen’

The authors of a new book argue that higher education institutions must adapt to the shifting legal landscape without losing sight of their fundamental values.

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Opinion

A New Way to Think About Plagiarism

To figure out whether an accusation of plagiarism is serious, apply the counterfactual test, Garrett Pendergraft writes.

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Annual Provosts’ Survey Shows Need for AI Policies, Worries Over Campus Speech

Many institutions are not yet prepared to help their faculty members and students navigate artificial intelligence. That’s just one of multiple findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of chief academic officers.

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Professor Creates Digital Marketing Simulation to Teach Practical Skills

Students at Hult International Business School in Massachusetts play a simulated game that teaches the principles of digital marketing and allows them to refine their skills.

Boston U. Residence Life Workers Strike, Joining Grad Students

Boston University, three weeks into dealing with an ongoing graduate student worker strike, saw Residence Life workers join the walkout...

Tennessee Triples Down on Targeting ‘Divisive Concepts’

Another year, another Tennessee General Assembly bill targeting so-called “divisive concepts.” Republican lawmakers in multiple states have listed and taken...
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Traction for the Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree

A group of college leaders strategize about how to design a new undergraduate experience—and get an unexpected boost from an accreditor.

National Protest Day Planned Against ‘Attacks’ on Higher Ed

Faculty members and students plan to hold events across numerous campuses Wednesday, April 17, to kick-start a movement against what...