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University of Nebraska Regents Pick Presidential Finalist

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents named Jeffrey Gold as its priority candidate for the system’s open presidency, making...

Canada Signals Leeway on International Student-Visa Caps

With Trudeau government emphasizing visa limits tied to applications and housing availability, more established institutions gain some reassurance.

Virtue and Video Games: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: James Dawes, DeWitt Wallace professor of English at Macalester College, explores the benefits that can...

Two Ohio Universities Announce Merger

Presidents of the University of Findlay and Bluffton University, located 20 miles apart in Northwest Ohio, announced plans to merge...
A man points toward a screen filled with code. He is presenting in a dark room filled with students working on computers.

Universities Build Their Own ChatGPT-like Tools

As concerns mount over the ethical and intellectual property implications of AI tools, universities are launching their own chatbots for faculty and students.

Amelia Parnell Is NASPA’s New President

Amelia Parnell has been named the new president of NASPA, a national association for student affairs administrators, the organization announced...
A photo illustration of a University of Arizona basketball player Caleb Love against a backdrop of arrows pointing up and down.

Boosting the Bottom Line Through Athletics

Big-time college sports, often money-losing enterprises, have contracted in recent years—even as smaller, tuition-dependent institutions add teams to boost enrollment.

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From Genetics Ph.D. to Online-Learning Leader

Three questions for Zofia Gajdos, director of online education at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.