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Student Wellness Tip: Connect Students to Hotlines

Higher education practitioners can support students’ mental health and well-being in the moment help is needed through resource connections for different student groups.

Billionaire Gives 1,200 UMass Dartmouth Grads $1,000 Each

A billionaire philanthropist gifted every member of the graduating class at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth with $1,000 in...

Student Protesters Reach Deal With Bard Administrators, End Building Occupation

Bard College administrators and members of the campus chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) have reached an agreement...
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‘The Uninhabitable Earth’ and the Adaptable Campus

Climate change and higher education’s built environment.

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Positive Partnership: Maximizing Student Strengths in Research

A cross-department collaboration between graphic design and biology students at the University of Dayton produced high-quality research posters.

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Unpacking ASU’s OpenAI Partnership

From hundreds of internal projects to tinkering with the AI technology, Arizona State’s chief information officer reveals new details.

Ep. 114: Generative AI’s Potential Influence on Teaching and Learning

Discussions about the impact of generative artificial intelligence in teaching and learning are steadily moving beyond questions about whether and how students will cheat.

A drawing depicting a passport and an F-1 student visa; the latter document is stamped, in red, with the word “Rejected.”

Student Visa Denials Threaten U.S. Competitiveness

College leaders should focus immigration lobbying efforts on state lawmakers, in addition to federal ones, Samba Dieng writes.