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Faculty and staff sit at round tables, some raising their hands in the background.

From the Top Down—Creating a Caring Campus

Texas A&M University at Kingsville will roll out a program from the Institute for Evidence-Based Change to promote belonging among rural and diverse learners through universitywide commitments to care.

An African American man sits in a coffee shop with a woman and uses his laptop during their discussion.

All in a Day’s Work: Being Transparent With Struggles

A staff member at St. Francis College shares how vulnerability helps him build trust with first-generation scholars and encourages help-seeking behavior among students.

Fraternity Suspends University of Michigan Chapter

The national office of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has suspended the University of Michigan’s chapter following an alleged hazing...
A photo illustration including a photo of Richard Brunson and campuses where he worked.

Professor Resigned After Sexual Harassment Inquiry—and Got More Work

An orchestra conductor left the Universities of Wisconsin in 2022 after an investigation into accusations that he forcibly kissed a student. Goshen College fired him Monday, saying it didn’t know.

Students and faculty at Tennessee Tech wander through student poster boards in a multipurpose room

Career Prep Tip: Create Forums for Student Competition, Achievement

University-hosted events can offer experiential learning and professional development opportunities for students to launch them into their careers and recognize their individual talents.

Emory students attend a campaign event on campus in November 2022

Finding a New Angle—Testimonies Combat Toxic Perfectionism

Emory University leaders created an awareness campaign, pulling stories from administrators who have overcome obstacles to find hope, to teach students the value of resilience and reframing.

Photo of San Francisco Skyline, Sheryl Davis and several HBCU logos

Could an HBCU Be Coming to California?

San Francisco city officials and civil rights advocates are hoping to establish a historically Black satellite campus in the Bay Area.

A group of young people sit at tables in a classroom doing work and smiling at the camera.

Helping Local Nonstudents Find Internships

Prairie State College in Illinois connects underemployed young people in the local Cook County area with internships—and, sometimes, an education.