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Will New House Bill Help Pregnant Students?

The bill aims to ensure that college students don’t feel pressured to have an abortion. But it doesn’t address other issues facing pregnant or parenting students.

Connecticut Budget Deficit Prompts Buyout Offer, Tuition Increase

The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system is offering employee buyouts and raising tuition in response to a $140 million...

Novel Approach to Decreasing Drug Prices: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Melissa Wasserman, Charles Tilford McCormick Professor of Law and associate dean for research at the...
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University of California Takes Another Look at Online Education

A year after the system’s Academic Senate essentially barred fully online degrees, administrators and regents insist on a new review, testing shared governance.

New Presidents and Provosts: Big Sandy, LIM, New South Wales, SUNY, Washington

Scott Carnz, provost at City University of Seattle, in Washington State, has been chosen as provost at LIM College, in...
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Report: Microcredentials Not a Strategic Priority for Many Colleges

A new report finds that while most colleges surveyed embrace alternative credentials, many have a decentralized approach for creating and managing them.

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Creating an AI Policy for Your Marketing Communications Team

Your marketing and communication teams serve a unique purpose for your college or university. That means you need a generative AI policy tailored to their specific functions.

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College Students Provide Mental Health Education to Peers

Learners show a preference for working with peers in addressing their mental health concerns. Here are six examples of peer-led supports offered by higher education institutions.