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Cal State 2025 Graduation Rate Goals Lagging

The California State University system’s graduation rates have markedly improved, but significant equity gaps remain, according to a new report...
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Campus Campaign Uses Dogs as Awareness Hook, Teaches Students to Catch a Phish

The University of Denver’s IT and marketing teams partnered to create educational resources and outreach programs to engage students while making them aware of the signs and dangers of phishing emails.

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Teaching Tip: How to Engage Your Lecture Hall

Capturing students’ attention can be a challenge in lecture halls. Here are four suggestions for creating active learning environments in large class settings.

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Opinion

Embracing Constructive Dialogue and Oral Assessments in the Age of AI

Since AI is here to stay, instructors should consider using new approaches to assessing student knowledge, write Graham Clay and Cambriae W. Lee. They offer ideas for preparing dialogue-based activities and assessments, including how they can be enhanced with AI.

Opinion

Stacking Certificates and Degrees

The lessons we’ve learned so far.

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Reconfiguring Campus in the Remote Work Era

With fewer employees on site, many colleges are seeking to repurpose disused campus spaces. In some cases that means shedding leases that can save millions of dollars.

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Barred From Testifying by a Research Agreement

Lawyers representing children suing California sought two Stanford University K-12 researchers as expert witnesses. But the state Department of Education threatened the professors with fines.

Northwestern Faces 10th Hazing Lawsuit

Since a culture of hazing in Northwestern University’s athletics department came to light in early July, 10 students have sued...