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Religious Institutions Embrace AI as an Educational Tool

Despite widespread concerns about AI among secular and nonsecular institutions, religious colleges are treating generative AI as a tool for lessons that go beyond academics and also focus on the whole person.

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Student Wellness Tip: Encourage Students to GYLIO

Higher education practitioners can help students stay organized and academically prepared by pushing them to spend time doing nothing but getting their lives in order.

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Annual Provosts’ Survey Shows Need for AI Policies, Worries Over Campus Speech

Many institutions are not yet prepared to help their faculty members and students navigate artificial intelligence. That’s just one of multiple findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of chief academic officers.


Three Questions on Online Learning Compliance for U-M’s Ricky LaFosse

A conversation with the associate director of compliance and policy at the University of Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation.

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‘You Are in the Crosshairs’: Higher Ed Braces for Another Antisemitism Hearing

December’s House hearing spawned presidential resignations, congressional fundraising records and probes of universities’ internal workings. On Wednesday, Columbia University will occupy the hot seat, with more at stake than a president’s job.

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A New Way to Think About Plagiarism

To figure out whether an accusation of plagiarism is serious, apply the counterfactual test, Garrett Pendergraft writes.

Harvard Morgue Manager’s Wife Admits to Transporting Stolen Body Parts

The wife of Harvard Medical School’s disgraced former morgue manager pleaded guilty Friday to interstate transport of stolen goods, which...

College Investigates Campus Police’s Alleged ‘Discriminatory’ Response to Student

St. Louis Community College at Meramec is investigating alleged misconduct by a campus police officer after an anonymous student who...