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S.C. House Bill Says Colleges Can’t Request DEI Statements

The South Carolina House of Representatives has passed a bill that would ban public colleges and universities from asking applicants...
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Academic Success Tip: Host a Transfer Fair

For students looking to continue their degree after community college, a transfer fair can provide a window into available programs and institutions in the area and beyond.

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‘A Difficult Time to Be Working in Student Affairs’

Amelia Parnell, who will take over as president of NASPA on July 1, spoke with Inside Higher Ed about AI, mental health, holistic student support and more.

Turmoil in the Academic Melting Pot

Striking a balance between campus free speech, academic freedom, diversity, inclusion and the values underlying a liberal education.

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Sting Operation Fools a Proctoring Service—and Results in Blackmail Attempt

A staff member at a Florida college, posing as a student, hires a contract cheating firm to test the institution’s systems for preventing fraud. The outcome offers lessons for instructors and students as virtual learning expands.

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Student Wellness Tip: Helping Students Navigate Sticky Situations

A workshop series at George Mason University gives students the tools to “adult” and tackle unfamiliar situations with confidence.

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Are Recent Graduates Ready to Work? HR Professionals Say Yes.

A new survey from Handshake and SHRM finds a majority of those in human resource positions believe young people entering the workforce are ready to succeed in their organization.

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Busting Brackets and Silos

Lessons from Duquesne on leveraging the impact of athletics and coaching leadership on brand awareness, during March Madness, or anytime.