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Students’ Right to Write

In an age of generative AI, Jonathan Alexander explains why it is important to introduce students to as many forms of writing as possible.


USC Probes Star Neuroscientist on Research Fraud Allegations

The university is investigating Berislav Zlokovic after his lab members described image and notebook manipulation.

 (left to right) Jonathan R. Alger, Ana Mari Cauce, Jonathan J. Sanford and Lori S. White

Debating the ‘Art’ of Institutional Statements

Four university presidents discussed the growing challenge of deciding when and whether to weigh in on controversial domestic or international affairs.

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Defining, Measuring and Unifying Approaches to Student Success

What does it mean to succeed in college? Discussion at the Student Success US event centered around how higher ed professionals, their institutions and students at different stages in postsecondary education might answer that key question.

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Scaling Up: Connecting Experiential Learning Offerings

Illinois Tech created a one-stop platform for learners to identify experiential learning opportunities on campus and integrate hands-on learning throughout their college experience.

Free Speech Requirement for Law Schools Moves Forward

A proposal that would require all law schools to adopt free speech policies is one step closer to approval. The...

Using AI Tools to Prepare Slide Decks: Pulse Podcast

In this month’s episode of The Pulse podcast, the host Rodney B. Murray discusses his experience using AI-powered tools to...

Kids and Sci-Fi Books: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Emily Midkiff, assistant professor of teaching, leadership and professional practice at the University of North...