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SUNY Expands Academic Support Program

The State University of New York system will bring an academic support program for low-income students, developed in the City...
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Climate Optimism in an Anxious Classroom

To reach more students, environmental sciences and studies should rework curricula to focus more on solutions, not (just) problems, Stephen Porder writes.

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Belmont Uses Data for Change, Empowerment and Action

A data collaborative at Belmont University seeks to empower all campus community members, including students, to utilize and strategize with data, as well as create a larger impact on the surrounding Nashville community.

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The Evolution of Teaching and Learning Centers

The central goals and responsibilities of centers for teaching and learning have shifted in recent years, according to a new book by Brown University’s Mary C. Wright.

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Why Professors Are Polarized on AI

Academics who perceive threats to education from AI band together as a survival mechanism. The resulting alliances echo divisions formed during online learning’s emergence.

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Report: Gaps in Student Belonging in Academic, Co-Curricular Services

Students who have active learning opportunities, receive frequent and intentional academic advising, and utilize support services are more likely to feel they belong at their college or university, according to new research from Tyton Partners. Here’s what campus leaders can do.

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‘U.S. News’ Rankings Not the ‘Behemoth’ Perceived

A new report says the publication’s “Best Colleges” rankings play a “notable but decidedly supporting role” in students’ college decisions.

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In-State Tuition for Out-of-State HBCU Aspirants

Students who want to attend a historically Black college but have few or no options in their home states can attend two Maryland HBCUs and pay in-state prices starting next fall.