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Counteracting the Health Harms of Sitting

Get up and move—it’s good for you. In today’s Academic Minute, Columbia University’s Keith Diaz explores the health harms of...

King’s College Faces Financial Peril

The King’s College needs $2.6 million to meet its “immediate needs” and stave off closure. Weeks into the fundraising effort, less than $200,000 has been donated.

How Short-Term Thinking Deters Colleges From Accepting Transfer Credits

A new white paper suggests colleges need more and better financial incentives to improve transfer processes.

Bubbles, Fidget Toys and Coloring Have a Role in Student Success

Bellin College’s Student Success Center offers games and fidgets for community members to take a “brain break” in their study cycle.
Opinion

An Emerging Index of Inclusive Universities

How much an institution helps pay for financially disadvantaged BIPOC faculty to attend conferences indicates how equitable and embracing it truly is, writes Reem Khamis.

Micro-Internships Give Women a Foot in the Tech Industry Door

Break Through Tech’s Sprinternships offer women and minority groups short-term opportunities for professional experience in tech.

California Community College System Announces New Chancellor

The California Community Colleges system Board of Governors selected Sonya Christian as the new chancellor to lead the 116-college system...

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Jacksonville

This article contains explicit and potentially offensive terms that are essential to reporting on this situation. Jacksonville University ignored pleas...