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Listen: Improving Student Success in the Classroom

Jody Greene, associate campus provost for academic success at the University of California, Santa Cruz, discusses the faculty’s responsibility to engage in student success work.

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‘Swiftonomics’ Course Brings Taylor Craze to College Classrooms

The mega–pop star’s impact on supply and demand, monopolies, and cost efficiencies make her prime teaching material for economics courses.

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Teaching Tip: Navigating AI in the Classroom

Generative artificial intelligence tools continue to grow in popularity. Here are four ways faculty members in higher education are teaching about or with AI.


Demography Isn’t Destiny

The secrets of student success.

Degree, Credential Attainment on the Rise, but Gaps Persist

New data from the Lumina Foundation on college degree and credential attainment rates show more American adults are earning credentials...
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Academic Courses Promote Student Flourishing

Four types of for-credit courses at colleges and universities are teaching learners how to adapt, thrive and dream big as they look toward the future.

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Study: Building Resiliency in Entrepreneurship Courses

Facing challenges in entrepreneurship has value, and new research highlights how educators can employ pedagogies that encourage students to work around difficulties.

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A Small Pennsylvania College’s Big Investment in the Humanities

Lycoming College is providing more research and experiential learning opportunities for students in hopes of setting itself apart in a tough enrollment environment.