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‘Wisdom Skills’ Are Hard to Teach—AI Can Help

AI-assisted educational games can expand experiential learning opportunities at scale, Tim Dasey writes.

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Listen: Improving Student Success in the Classroom

Jody Greene, associate campus provost for academic success at the University of California, Santa Cruz, discusses the faculty’s responsibility to engage in student success work.

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Campus Vote on Antisemitism Resolution Is Microcosm of National Debate

Someone called Oct. 7 “a beautiful day” at a University of North Carolina event. The Faculty Council then “indefinitely postponed” a resolution that would have condemned the statement.

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Legitimating Expertise

Rebuilding public trust in expertise starts with us, says Julia M. Wright.

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Free Community College Boosts Enrollment, Strains Massachusetts System

The enrollment surge is a welcome development for the Massachusetts community college system, but it has also created staffing shortages and stretched capacity.

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First Do No Harm

Jamie Paris asks if international students are being racially profiled when it comes to AI-related academic misconduct.

Doxing Truck Targets Boulder Faculty Members

Accuracy in Media, the group behind what it calls infamous mobile billboards and what others call doxing trucks, has now...
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Tenure Extensions Were Popular Amid the Pandemic. That May Not Be Good.

Colleges gave tenure candidates more time due to COVID-19. Women, who may be more likely to fall behind due to extensions, reported more disruption to their research than men.