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Veterans’ Studies Gains Traction as Emerging Field

As more colleges focus on recruiting military veterans, proponents of this nascent academic discipline want to promote academic inquiry about veterans.

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Student Wellness Tip: Create Mental Health Day Reflections

Excused absences for mental health days are growing more common for K-12 learners, but most institutions of higher education don’t allow the same flexibility. One professor shares how he offers—and holds students accountable for—mental health breaks.

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Academic Success Tip: Promoting Affordable Course Materials

Gettysburg College librarians are spearheading efforts to lower out-of-pocket course materials costs for learners by organizing faculty workshops and student surveys.

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Tackling the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the Classroom

Professors who teach about the Middle East report increased interest in their spring courses—though not necessarily from the biggest activists on campus.

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Academic Success Tip: Investing in Students Personally, Professionally

A professor provides six ways instructors can build relationships with their students to promote engagement and persistence.

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New on the Job: Kafui Kouakou, AVP of Career Development and Experiential Learning

The inaugural role at Quinnipiac University prioritizes hands-on learning inside and outside the classroom to promote career readiness for students.

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Technology Students in Africa, Bolstered by ‘Grassroots AI’

Amid South Africa’s perfect storm of few universities, racial inequities and economic disparities, AI students find support in a not-so-grassroots grassroots movement.

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Online Pioneers Begin Urgent Pursuit of Value From AI

Paul LeBlanc is stepping down from SNHU’s presidency to help push higher ed to take the generative intelligence challenge far more seriously.