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A photograph of Minouche Shafik looking serious and concerned.

Columbia President Accused of Dishonest Testimony, Throwing Professors ‘Under the Bus’

Minouche Shafik denounced antisemitism more forcefully than past Ivy League presidents in Wednesday's hearing, but Republicans who questioned her still aren’t satisfied. And some faculty members are alarmed.

People walk on Drury University’s campus on a sunny day

Student Wellness Tip: Incentivizing Students to Say ‘Hello!’

Drury University leaders created a month-long game to encourage students, faculty and staff to greet each other on campus, building students’ soft skills and breaking barriers to social interaction.

A photograph of Rutgers University demonstrators, including one holding a megaphone and another holding a sign saying “Our Working Conditions Are Students’ Learning Conditions” around a fist grasping a pencil.

On National ‘Day of Action for Higher Ed,’ Some Rally, Others Strike

Demonstrations, teach-ins and a graduate-worker walkout highlighted a union-supported, multi-campus event Wednesday designed to push back against attacks on academic freedom, job security and academe more broadly.

Students sit on a lawn outside academic buildings at Nassau Community College.

Nassau Community College Moves Ahead With ‘Mega Departments’

The institution’s leaders say consolidating departments will make the college more efficient. Its faculty union says the move will do the opposite.

A robot hand is placed over a brown Bible with a cross on the cover.

Religious Institutions Embrace AI as an Educational Tool

Despite widespread concerns about AI among secular and nonsecular institutions, religious colleges are treating generative AI as a tool for lessons that go beyond academics and also focus on the whole person.

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...
A group of students in caps and gowns sits in front of a professor at a podium. A blue “Perimeter College” banner is in the background.

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.

Students present undergraduate research in an open room

New on the Job: Q&A With John Andrick, St. John’s University and College of Saint Benedict

As the inaugural dean for student academic success, Andrick discusses his role, how he works across two institutions and the need for student supports in and outside of the classroom.