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Florida Officials Were in Frequent Contact With College Board

A new letter has revealed that Florida officials were in frequent contact with the College Board about the new Advanced...
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Leading Scientists Worldwide Are Victims of Fake Articles

They are planning legal action over pieces written with artificial intelligence.

New on the Job: Penn Director of Well-Being Initiatives Creates Tools for Success

Wellness at Penn targets student health and wellness across campus, and Jackie Recktenwald is helping to bring it all together.

Survey Details Obstacles to Black Student Attainment

Black college students have lower six-year college completion rates than any other demographic. A new survey found that cost and discrimination are largely to blame.

How Smartphones Affect Classroom Psychology: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Melissa Huey, assistant professor of behavioral sciences at New York Institute of Technology, explores the...
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Notes of a DEI Search Chair

Without certain conditions, a search amounts to a public devaluing of scholars who have historically been marginalized within the academy, argues Abena Ampofoa Asare.

Cooper Union Reinstates Student Show It Barred

The Cooper Union reinstated a student show that it initially barred for fears it would offend Ukrainians in the neighborhood...

Public Bailout Unlikely for Birmingham-Southern

Facing financial pressure, Birmingham-Southern College is hoping for a $30 million lifeline from Alabama lawmakers to stave off a potential...