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Student Success Champion: Q&A With Diane Chase, University of Houston

As the new chief academic officer for both a system and its flagship university, Chase explains why student success is so meaningful, both personally and as an institutional investment.

Survey: Students Cite Barriers to Success, Seek Flexibility

Inside Higher Ed’s first Student Voice survey of 2023 sheds light on how students navigate their academic path, obtain and engage with course materials, and rate challenges to their success. Instructor flexibility tops student wish lists.

New on the Job: Q&A With SLCC’s First Hispanic-Serving Institution Initiatives Director

Salt Lake Community College’s Kino Hurtado, the institution’s first HSI director, will be helping Hispanic and Latino students reach their definitions of success.

Creating Racial and Gender Equity via a Male Resource Center

Queensborough Community College will be opening a Male Resource Center to provide academic and financial resources, as well as community.

Changing the Conversation: Promoting Student Success

Early actors in the student success movement discuss how the landscape has changed over the past decade and why everyone needs to be talking about student success.

Putting Head Shots to Work

Career centers are using professional photo booths to draw students in and boost job seekers’ social media presence.

New on the Job: Penn Director of Well-Being Initiatives Creates Tools for Success

Wellness at Penn targets student health and wellness across campus, and Jackie Recktenwald is helping to bring it all together.

Play That Funky Music: The Case for Music in the College Classroom

Some professors play music for students at the beginning of class or incorporate it into lessons. Here are three ways educators have found it helps students.