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No Confidence Voted in President Who Barred Drag Show

The faculty at West Texas A&M University has voted no confidence in President Walter Wendler, The Texas Tribune reported. The...
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Opinion

Don’t Assume Students Are Eager AI Adopters

Faculty and administrators shouldn’t assume students are jumping on the AI bandwagon, Andrea L. Guzman writes.

Florida to Develop Alternative to AP Courses

The Florida Legislature has agreed to spend a combined $2.8 million to develop a homegrown alternative to the AP courses...
Opinion

Embrace AI To Boost Your Enrollment Marketing Team’s Productivity

Advantages include: automation, personalization and increased engagement.

How to Unlock Your Creativity: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Lily Zhu, assistant professor in the department of management, information systems and entrepreneurship at...
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Research Finds No Gender Bias in Academic Science

Reviewing decades of studies, researchers with “adversarial” perspectives conclude that tenure-track women and men in STEM receive comparable grant funding, journal acceptances and recommendation letters—and that women have an edge over men in hiring.

U of New Haven Settles COVID Shutdown Suit

The University of New Haven reached a $2.3 million settlement in a class action breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by students alleging...

Ex-Harvard Researcher Receives No Jail Time

Charles Lieber, a prominent chemist convicted of hiding research ties to China, will not serve any more prison time, a...