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Is AI Finally a Way to Reduce Higher Ed Costs?

AI could free up faculty time to focus on the teaching and relationship-building that matter most, José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson write.

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Protests Roil Columbia, Spread to Other Campuses

Columbia cancels in-person classes as pro-Palestinian protests continue on and off campus. Reverberations affect Yale, NYU and Harvard.

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Will Free Medical School Diversify the Physician Workforce?

A slew of medical colleges have gone tuition-free in recent years. But experts say it’s not enough to increase racial and ethnic diversity in the medical field.

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Campus Protests Offer Leaders a Guide for Handling 2024 Election

The Constructive Dialogue Institute is encouraging campus leaders to start preparing for election-related campus unrest.

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Report: The Value of Study Abroad for Student Success

An April report from Terra Dotta finds college students who participate in a study-away program believe it benefits their personal and professional growth.

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Advising on Classes, Life and Anything Else

The University of Central Florida streamlined student supports by merging the roles of academic adviser and student success coach roles into one.

Cuts Shrink Arizona Budget Shortfall to $52 Million

To combat severe budget issues, University of Arizona officials have unveiled a plan that will reduce a projected financial shortfall...

Colleges Still Waiting to Send Aid Offers

With less than two weeks until the typical May 1 commitment deadline, only 34 percent of colleges have started sending...