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Scaling Up: International Programming Over Four Years

Students at the University of Delaware can apply for an invite-only scholars program that infuses cohort connections with study abroad experiences, culminating in a capstone presentation.

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Online Enrollments Spike at Community Colleges

Federal data suggest larger shares of students at two-year colleges are enrolling online. Higher ed experts say the trend calls for more online supports.

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Transparency Is First Step Toward More Diversity in Leadership

Colleges should be required to report demographic data for presidents, provosts, deans, department chairs and trustees, Andrea Silbert writes.

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The College Tour That Comes to You

The University of South Alabama has hit on a new recruitment strategy: send the president on a bus to pick up high schoolers for a campus tour.

Iowa Regents Approve DEI Cuts

The Iowa Board of Regents voted last week to cut back on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the state’s...
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Campus Engagement Tip: Personal Coaching to Get Plugged In

Staff and student employees at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities offer one-on-one advising sessions to assist learners with finding and joining student organizations that align with their goals.

The Curious Case of Phenylephrine: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Lucas Berenbrok, associate professor of pharmacy and therapeutics at the University of Pittsburgh, discusses...
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UNC Wilmington Penalized for Exceeding Out-of-State Cap

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington was sanctioned last week for surpassing its out-of-state enrollment limit for the second...