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Student Expelled After Getting Scholarship With Fake Documents and AI-Written Essay

A Lehigh University student with a full scholarship pleaded guilty to a forgery change and was expelled after admitting online...
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Renowned Tech Analyst Urges Higher Ed Leadership in AI

Mary Meeker pushes for universities to partner with business and adopt AI—and quickly.

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Universities Investing in Microcredential Leadership

As microcredential programs slowly gain traction, more universities are looking for leaders to coordinate the efforts.

AI Reshapes Higher Ed and Society at Large by 2035

There are important steps to be taken in higher education as we prepare for the deep societywide changes that will take place in the next five to 10 years.

Ep. 120: Moving Beyond Transfer to Improve ‘Learning Mobility’

This episode examines how how learning is recognized across institutions.

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New Carnegie Classification Focuses on Leadership

The new classification evaluates the effectiveness of higher education institutions’ leadership programming.

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A Decade-Long State Chancellorship Is Ending. Board Members Won’t Say Why.

The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education met behind closed doors before voting unanimously to end Mark Hagerott’s time as chancellor. But he’s getting an extended, well-paid exit.