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Report: What Works in Recruiting Diverse Students to the Humanities

New research from the National Humanities Alliance seeks to break barriers to participation for historically underserved communities in humanities programs through highlighting effective initiatives.

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Funding Student Success: Mini Grants for First-Year Engagement

This spring, Ohio University piloted a grant program to support faculty and student engagement in first-year seminars, awarding eight grants to empower connection and meaningful relationships.

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Positive Partnership: Librarians Support Student Athlete Academics

University of Arizona librarians partnered with an athletics support program to help students hone their research and writing skills.

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Program Innovation: Painting Student Supports in a New Light

Colorado College staff created a new intervention to reframe student supports, encouraging all students to utilize services as part of the learning process.

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Divided Over Digital Learning

A new report finds that students are much less likely than their professors to favor in-person instruction, but far more inclined to use (and pay for) generative AI.

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Tribal College Expands to City Center, Promoting Access

Starting this fall, Native students in Minneapolis can take classes at Red Lake Nation College’s new site downtown, allowing the institution to reach more students.


Training Future Doctors to Be Health Equity Advocates

Many doctors don’t address the nonmedical social conditions that determine patients’ health outcomes. A growing number of medical schools are focused on changing that.

Projects Narrow Self-Efficacy Gaps for Women: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Lindsay Davis, assistant professor of...