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Navigating a Program Closure

With cuts to academic programs continuing apace, Amy Kristof-Brown offers lessons learned from closing an M.B.A. program.

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Why Peer Mentors Are Crucial for Women in STEM

Women pursuing STEM fields feel more confident and supported when they make connections to peers. Physics major Rebecca Coglianese shares what has worked for her.

Whatever Happened to MIT and Harvard’s Big EdX Profit?

The two institutions debuted Axim Collaborative, a new nonprofit focused on broadening college access. The new venture offers a bold vision with scant details. 

Suit Filed Over Valparaiso’s Plan to Sell Art

Two former professors have filed a suit to block the sale of some art by Valparaiso University, ARTnews reported. The...
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New College Board Denies Tenure for 5 Professors

In the latest maneuver to remake higher ed in the vision of Ron DeSantis, New College of Florida trustees voted to deny tenure to five applicants due to “extraordinary circumstances.”

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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.

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Career Prep Tip: Address Definitions of Professional Dress

Landing the first job out of college is one hurdle students face, but learning how to dress for work is another. Institutions can support students’ career development by establishing a professional dress guide.