Filter & Sort

Liz Cheney Cheered, Protested at Commencement

Former U.S. representative Liz Cheney was cheered—and also protested—Sunday while giving the commencement speech at her alma mater, Colorado College...

Mental Health in Rural New York: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of University at Albany Week: Brett Harris, clinical associate professor in the department of...

Deeper Cuts at St. Cloud State

Just a few weeks after St. Cloud State University announced that two dozen faculty jobs would be eliminated in the...
Two students walk on Thomas More University's campus.

Success Program Launch: Developing a Second Core Curriculum

Administrators at Thomas More University reorganized its core curriculum design for students to follow a nine-credit concentration as a second major, minor or interdisciplinary coursework.

Small Provision on Student Loans in Debt-Limit Deal

a small provision on student loans made it into the agreement to raise the federal debt limit. President Biden rejected...
A male counselor speaks with a young male client.

Student Wellness Tip: Reaching Men With Mental Health Challenges

The director of counseling services at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock offers three strategies for combating male students’ negative ideas around mental health support.

Virginia Foxx, a white woman with short white hair, stands at a podium in a blue blazer.

Momentum Building for Pell Grant Expansion

Informal negotiations over how to expand the Pell Grant to job-training programs have begun but lawmakers face uphill challenge in getting a bill through Congress.

A group of disengaged, bored-looking students—one resting her head on her hand, and another with their head on the desk—in a university lecture hall.

Students Are Less Engaged; Stop Blaming COVID

As “digitally evolved knowledge workers,” our students engage differently than the generations before them; as educators, we need to adapt, Jenny Darroch writes.