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‘Wisdom Skills’ Are Hard to Teach—AI Can Help

AI-assisted educational games can expand experiential learning opportunities at scale, Tim Dasey writes.

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Legitimating Expertise

Rebuilding public trust in expertise starts with us, says Julia M. Wright.

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‘Colleges on the Brink’

Broken budgets, not hostile takeovers, are the biggest challenge for most presidents, Michael T. Nietzel and Charles M. Ambrose write.

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The Misguided War on Test Optional

Akil Bello argues defenders of test requirements attack student choice and institutional priority setting.

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First Do No Harm

Jamie Paris asks if international students are being racially profiled when it comes to AI-related academic misconduct.

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The Learning Room: Building Trust in One-on-One Student Appointments

Effective campus support—academic or otherwise—involves the student trusting the staff member, the staff member trusting the student and the student having self-trust.

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How Higher Ed Is Really Failing Students on Gaza and Israel

Clarissa Mansfield writes that the academic and media preoccupation with pro-Palestinian slogans misses the bigger picture.

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A Cure for Humanities Deficiency Syndrome

To help save the humanities, consider one-credit “co-labs” attached to STEM courses, Rachel Wheeler writes.