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A small, diverse group of student leaders smiles at the camera in an office space. One is a wheelchair user. They have folders and coffee, as if in a meeting.

Following the Leaders: Understanding and Promoting Student Leadership

Student Voice results show that students with certain advantages are more likely to have held leadership positions on campus than peers. Here’s why that matters and what institutions can do to help boost students’ leadership creds.

Five nursing students smile at Jessie, a spaniel dog, in her white dog bed

Student Wellness Tip: Therapy Dogs Ease Academic Stress for Nursing Students

Many colleges welcome therapy dogs to campus to support students, especially during exam times, but measuring the impact is less common. A recent pilot study found therapy dogs can decrease student stress when they are present in the classroom throughout the term.

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Academic Success Tip: Establish Guidelines for AI Use

As professors grapple with new technologies in the classroom, a report from Cornell offers suggestions for best practices and policies related to generative artificial intelligence.

Three male college students talk in a hallway.

Student Wellness Tip: Engage Men in Bystander Intervention

Prior research shows college-age men are often excluded from conversations around sexual assault prevention. A new report offers recommendations for colleges and universities on how to increase male student participation.

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Success Program Launch: Co-Curricular Pathways Bridge the Skills Gap

To best prepare students for the jobs of the future, Gettysburg College is guiding incoming students to establish a skills track, emphasizing flexible career and professional development abilities.

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Business Graduate Program for Veterans

Emory University will launch a new accelerated master’s degree program for veterans studying business leadership. The program will be tuition-free for eligible learners, supported by federal and private funding.

Pacific Oaks faculty, staff and students hold a banner during the Latino Heritage Parade and Festival in Pasadena.

Pacific Oaks College Reaches Hispanic Learners With Podcast

A Hispanic-serving institution uses Title V grant funding to support Hispanic and Latino student success with a podcast, decoding the hidden curriculum of higher education in English and Spanish.

Five stacks of white printed syllabus magazines sit on a beige table next to a long black stapler.

Academic Success Tip: Create a Syllabus Zine

A chemical engineering professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst redesigned her syllabus as a mini magazine to promote student engagement, share her beliefs and offer greater resources to her students.