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Success Program Launch: Storytelling for Business Leadership Development

In the new Story Lab at the University of Iowa business school, students learn to craft and deliver compelling stories to help them stand out when connecting with recruiters and employers, as well as future colleagues.

We’re Asking the Wrong Questions About AI

It’s not only about academic integrity: higher ed faces much bigger challenges in the face of frightening questions about the future of the knowledge workforce, Paul LeBlanc writes.

Transfers From Community College Continue to Fall

Despite the decline in transfers, a new report also says six-year college completion rates among transfer students improved.

New Competition for Naviance

MaiaLearning and Scoir are gaining ground against the company that has been a dominant college planning tool for students and schools.

Saint John’s/Saint Benedict Will Phase Out 8 Majors

The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, a women’s college and men’s college, respectively, in Minnesota, will phase...

A New Tentative Agreement to Resolve Temple Strike

Temple University and its striking graduate students have reached a tentative agreement to end a labor action that started Jan...

Making Slavery ‘Normal’ in English America

The history of slavery should continue to be talked about. In today’s Academic Minute, part of SUNY Distinguished Professor Week...

A DEI Director Ousted for Questioning DEI?

The faculty director of a California community college’s Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education says she questioned her college’s “orthodoxy” on such issues. She says her work was impeded and her contract isn’t being renewed.