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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.

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Academic Success Tip: Teaching Introverts Confidence and Community

A course at Worcester Polytechnic Institute helps students feel comfortable in their personality type and learn professional skills.

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Report: Cost of College, Stress Pushes Students to Consider Stopping Out

New survey data identifies trends among students who left college and those who are still enrolled but seriously consider leaving.

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Putting Services Where the Students Are—In DEI Offices

To better engage the campus community, some student affairs offices are placing liaisons in their diversity, equity and inclusion spaces.

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Student Wellness Tip: Address Sexual Assault on Campus Comprehensively

To promote a safe and health campus environment, college leaders provide sexual assault prevention education.

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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.

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Student Wellness Tip: Encourage Students to GYLIO

Higher education practitioners can help students stay organized and academically prepared by pushing them to spend time doing nothing but getting their lives in order.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Investing in Student Leader Training

Texas A&M University at San Antonio requires its peer mentors to participate in over 200 hours of onboarding and professional development of its peer mentors throughout the year.