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Success Program Launch: Free Tablets, Hotspots for Low-Income Learners

A university provides students living at or below the poverty line with a tablet and hotspot at no cost to the learner to use for schoolwork and life beyond college.

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Summer Bridges Build First-Gen Connections

Student Voice survey data on new-student orientation experiences indicate that summer bridge program participants who are first generation feel more comfortable accessing resources, more prepared for college and more socially connected than other first-gen and even continuing-generation students.

The U.S. and NATO in Icelandic Literature: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Jodie Childers, visiting assistant professor in the Department of English at Tulane University, examines...

Job Market for History Professors ‘Lethargic but Stable’

Employment data for the 2022–23 academic year confirm that the hiring of college history professors since 2016 has been “lethargic...

Broward College President Resigns Abruptly

Broward College president Greg Haile resigned abruptly Wednesday night, offering little indication as to why he was leaving after five...

Colorado College Welcomes Transfers From Anti-DEI States

Colorado College will welcome any college student seeking to transfer from an “anti-DEI state,” the college announced Thursday . The...
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Swap Authorship for ‘Movie Credits’ Approach, Academics Suggest

An elite European university group says listing all contributors to research would avoid damaging disagreements and properly reflect the work of scholars.

Cornell Cancer Researchers Fabricated Data

Two former scientists at Cornell University used made-up data in 12 different scientific papers published between 2008 and 2016, according...