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Student Career Desires: 3 Survey Findings to Know and 2 Areas to Act On

The latest Student Voice flash survey reveals gaps between students’ desired career-related outcomes and how they say they’re being prepared for life after college, and also between first- and continuing-generation students’ parents as career influences.

An image of Jennifer Hochschild's tweet, which reads: "How about also [sic] scrutinize websites and c.v.’s, e. g. Rufo’s? The Harvard extension school has wonderful students—I teach them—but it is, admirably, open admission. Not what people usually mean by 'master’s degree from Harvard,' which Rufo has claimed. Hound him out of office??"

Pretty Much the Only Thing I Learned From the Harvard Disaster

A social media skirmish points to problems in how colleges view continuing ed, Ryan Craig writes.

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Draft NIL Legislation Aims to ‘Save College Sports as We Know It’

The question of whether college athletes should be employees looms over the conversation about setting a national standard on name, image and likeness rights. “People should be careful what they wish for,” a softball player testified Thursday.

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Program Innovation: J-Term Courses Promote Student Development

Gettysburg College offers free, virtual webinars to help learners launch into their lives after graduation, teaching personal and professional skills.

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Christian Colleges Navigate Abortion Debates in a Post-Roe World

Some scholars say discussions of the topic are now more nuanced and complex. Antiabortion activists believe the discourse has become too permissive.

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Interest in Skill-Based Learning Not Keeping Up With Demand

A new study found 86 percent of faculty and staff say there’s a need for new skills-based learning models, but only 22 percent of their institutions had implemented them.

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4 More Colleges Face Civil Rights Investigations

The Education Department has now opened dozens of investigations into antisemitic and other bias-related incidents on college campuses since Oct. 7. But resolutions that could lead to changes are expected to take a while.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Inspire Kindness on Campus

Administrators at George Mason created an initiative focused on kindness among students, faculty, staff and alumni. Each year, a cohort of 100-plus volunteer ambassadors model kindness and share resources.