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More Than Half of Recent 4-Year College Grads Underemployed

A new report found that many recent graduates don’t land jobs that require a degree.

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The End of the Dean’s List

Two Ivy League universities recently did away with certain age-old academic honors, arguing they cause unnecessary stress and competition.

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A Crash Course in Innovation and Design

Bryant University’s three-day IDEA program gives first-year students hands-on learning experience across disciplines alongside older peers and campus leaders to promote creative thinking and problem-solving. The experience now has a focus on student well-being as well as a live panel for students to pitch solutions.

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New Report Provides Deep Analysis of Post-9/11 GI Bill Outcomes

The report uses cross-agency data sharing to measure the program’s influence on college access and student success.

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Advising Guides Help Texas Community College Students Transfer

An initiative at Alamo Colleges District provides step-by-step information for students looking to transfer to a four-year institution, reducing time to transfer and ensuring all credits apply toward their degree.

Colleges Urge Education Dept. to Keep Rules Allowing Inclusive Access

Seventy-five administrators and professors from at least 61 institutions are calling on the Education Department in a letter released Wednesday...
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Academic Success Tip: Use Improv to Teach Communication Skills

A faculty member at Paul Smith’s College incorporates improvisation exercises into his business courses to teach empathetic listening, collaborative discussion and flexibility.

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A Rise in Hyperspecialized Catholic Colleges and Trade Schools

A handful of new Catholic institutions and trade schools are emerging and experimenting with new models as many of their established peers suffer enrollment woes.