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Report: Ensuring Students Find Jobs That Fit

The Project on Workforce and Harvard identify drivers of career success and methods of promoting effective career navigation for individuals in the U.S.

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Report: Addressing the Roots of Food Insecurity in Higher Ed

A new Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation report highlights the ways institutions can support students facing basic needs insecurity.

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Developing Guidelines for the Aftermath of a Student Suicide

“Postvention” protocols are valuable tools for colleges dealing with a suicide. But not every university is as prepared as it should be when a tragedy occurs.

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Academic Success Tip: Foster New Student Relations Online, In Person

DePaul University staffers are piloting a zero-credit course to connect incoming neuroscience students and provide a resource hub for them during their first year.

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Did the Top Campus for Student Free Speech Punish Faculty Speech?

A Michigan Tech professor allegedly called Young Americans for Freedom members “idiots” in class—and was then removed from the class.

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Portal Promotes Successful Transfer From Community College to Private U

Franklin University created an online portal to guide community college students as they consider transferring and decide to start that process. The pathway decreases chances of credit loss and keeps students from paying for courses that do not count toward a degree.

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Fired LSU Professor Accused of Student Affair, Illegal Anti-CRT Lobbying

An ousted political science professor is denying salacious ethics charges against him.

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Israel’s Gaza Border College On ‘Healing Mission’ After Attacks

After the killings of dozens of students, faculty and staff, and with 1,000 still displaced, Sapir College looks to rebuild and renew.