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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.

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Scaling Up: Using Student Data to Motivate Academic Achievement

A student-facing dashboard on Canvas promotes self-regulated learning and study habits by showcasing course data from the learning management system.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Campus Appearances Spark Outrage

Turning Point USA is sponsoring the author of Acquitted to “offer valuable insights” into self-defense and the justice system. Critics say it's pure provocation.

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All Eyes on Loneliness

The next step in addressing student mental health is to focus more on loneliness, Daniel Eisenberg, Joe Behen, Jan Collins Eaglin, Zainab Okolo and Jeremy Nobel write.

Michigan Protesters Bring Honors Convocation to a Halt

Pro-Palestine student activists disrupted an honors convocation at the University of Michigan on Sunday, interrupting President Santa Ono’s speech and...
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Scaling Up: Peer-Coaching Helps Faculty Boost Student Success

Colleagues at Sacred Heart University provide feedback and guidance to one another with the goal of improving teaching and learning within the classroom.

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Digital Media Literacy Becoming a Graduation Requirement

As concerns mount about online misinformation, AI-created images and the ethics of the digital landscape, several institutions are requiring courses in digital media literacy.

Black, Hispanic Students More Likely to Consider Leaving College

Black and Hispanic students were more likely than their white classmates to have considered leaving college in the last six...