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Classroom Implications of AI Plagiarism and Fabrication
Conversations around AI in the classroom need to be more explicit about addressing the opaque nature of technologies such as Chat GPT.
The Benefits of Student Swapping
Without it, wealthy students would just enroll in the flagships in their home states, making no more room for low-income students.
Reconsidering Extracurriculars in Admissions
To increase equity in admissions and reduce student stress, colleges should consider reducing the number of extracurricular activities applicants can list, Pearl Lo writes.
The Invisible Burdens We Carry
Lauren Easterling explores how much one should share about their personal challenges in a job search and the workplace.
An argument to repeal out-of-state tuition premiums.
Labor Shortages, the Housing Crisis and Higher Ed
How are these challenges playing out at your university?
Can Our Campuses Reinvent Themselves in the Face of New Realities?
The colleges and universities that serve the bulk of today’s students need to adapt to a rapidly shifting landscape or risk chronic decline.
Never Take Teaching Advice From an Administrator
Questioning a dean's essay on pedagogy and student learning.