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House Amendment Would End Fulbright Funding

An amendment to a House appropriations bill would eliminate funding for all cultural and educational exchange programs run by the...

Changing Students’ Lives Through Better Sleep: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of University of St. Thomas Week: J. Roxanne Prichard, a professor of psychology, explains...
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Dickinson State President Picks Degrees to Ax, Spares Others

Math, communication and political science are among those on the chopping block; English, chemistry and environmental science get a reprieve.

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Advisory Boards Aid in Alleviating AI Anxiety

Nearly a year after ChatGPT debuted, hundreds of educators sought advice at the Teaching and Learning With AI conference in Orlando, Fla., this week.

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Academic Success Tip: Establish Guidelines for AI Use

As professors grapple with new technologies in the classroom, a report from Cornell offers suggestions for best practices and policies related to generative artificial intelligence.

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Student Wellness Tip: Engage Men in Bystander Intervention

Prior research shows college-age men are often excluded from conversations around sexual assault prevention. A new report offers recommendations for colleges and universities on how to increase male student participation.

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‘Adversarial Collaboration’ Makes Feuding Scholars Work Together

Pairing ideologically opposed academics should become a sector norm when researchers disagree, says Penn project leader.

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Game On, Again, for Gainful Employment

The rule, which is stronger than versions released during the Obama administration, adds new disclosure requirements for all academic programs despite opposition from across higher education.