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Bills to Address Mental Health, Addiction on Campus Pass House

Two bipartisan bills targeting mental health and substance abuse passed the House. They would create new policies for campuses to carry out evidence-based programs to address the rising mental health crisis.
Opinion

5 Ways Online Learning Benefited Some Students

As most colleges have returned to in-person learning, we shouldn’t forget some major benefits of having a remote option, Karen Powell Sears writes.

Gap Between Online and In-Person Learning Narrows

Since the start of the pandemic, law school faculty members have gained proficiency in online teaching best practices and students have gained appreciation for hybrid and online learning options.

Narrowing the Gap

Researchers used a new method for measuring equity gaps in graduation rates to analyze significant differences in student support services between higher ed institutions with narrowing or widening gaps.

Why Does an AI Faculty Shortage Exist? It’s Complicated.

The dearth of artificial intelligence professors at U.S. universities is not the result of a distorted job market, according to a recent report. Some experts urge caution in relying on industry to fill the AI teaching gap.

The Connected Ph.D.

Brandeis University overhauls Ph.D. training in the humanities and social sciences, including by funding internships on campus and off.
Opinion

The Safety and Security Side of Teacher Preparation

Schools of education must prepare future teachers for the mental and emotional toll of school safety and security, writes counselor education professor Emily Sallee.

Studying Medicine in a Post-Roe America

Medical students in states where abortion is criminalized are already facing restrictions to their education, with major implications for the future of reproductive health care.