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Prioritize ChatGPT Proficiency to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Educators have a responsibility to think beyond cheat-proof assignments, teaching students to use AI proficiently and creatively in the classroom, writes Amy Kristof-Brown.

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A Duty of Care

In their responses to the Israel-Hamas conflict, many faculty members and administrators seem to have lost sight of their students’ well-being, Ben Sorkin writes.

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The Failure of FERPA

The Harvard doxing-truck debacle lays bare FERPA’s obsolescence in the digital age—and why protecting student privacy matters to their learning now more than ever, Sarah Hartman-Caverly writes.

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A New Definition of the Humanities

It’s time for a better—and more strategic—definition, Jeffrey R. Wilson writes.

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Don’t Sass Us, Ben Sasse

The University of Florida president is not afraid to make a strong statement—just not about affairs in his own state, Walter M. Kimbrough writes.

Woodburn Hall at West Virginia University.

A Liberal Education in Name Only

A liberal arts education means something, and colleges that slash programs should stop using the term in their promises to students, Christopher A. Snyder writes.

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Designing Scholarships With Intention

Choices in scholarship design and administration can determine whether scholarships open doors for students or (unintentionally) close them, Krista Chronister and tia north write.

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Who Can Speak? Between Power, Silence and Complicity

As the Israel-Palestine conflict escalates, faculty members are fearful of speaking up, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt and Johnny E. Williams write.