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Vanderbilt Police Arrest Student Protesters, Journalist

Vanderbilt University police arrested students and one local reporter Wednesday, following student protests concerning divestment from Israel, The Tennessean reported...

Student Chatbot Use ‘Could Be Increasing Loneliness’

Study finds students who rely on ChatGPT for academic tasks feel socially supported by artificial intelligence at the expense of their real-life relationships.

A young professional shakes the hand of a hiring manager.

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.

Busting Brackets and Silos

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

Contract cheaters threatened blackmail via social media posts

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.

Ep. 108: Helping Learners Plan Their Path Through College

The “guided pathways” model is not just a student success initiative, but a way to redesign how a college operates.

Weekly Wisdom | Making Innovation Easy with Bridget Burns from the UIA

Join host University Innovation Alliance CEO Bridget Burns for a episode of the Innovating Together Podcast about how to make innovation and change easier and more enjoyable.