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Three Questions for Everspring’s Douglas Reiner

A conversation with the company’s chief sales officer.

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Wreaking Havoc on Academic Publishing

Without changes, thousands of academic papers could be sent to chatbots as reviewers without the knowledge of the authors, Cynthia Rudin warns.

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Concessions to Protesters Validate Their Tactics

Sara Coodin writes that college leaders should resist the temptation to reward student disruptors in the name of campus peace.

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It’s Not (Really) About Diversity

If diversity is the goal, reinstating standardized tests is not the way, Aaron M. Pallas and Alex Chin write.

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Creating the Job

Nana Lee offers advice on how to obtain a position based on your interest, values, skills and life situation, even if it doesn’t exist right now.

Bringing Comedy Into the Classroom

The study of comedy as a serious element in a humanistic education.

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Community Colleges Are Critical to Climate Action

Community colleges are an underutilized resource in meeting climate goals, Cameron Sublett and Jeff Clary write.

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Opinion

Harnessing the Power of Generative AI: A Call to Action for Educators

If educators steer the integration of AI with intention and purpose, it can reach its potential as an immense and versatile student success tool, writes faculty member Ripsimé K. Bledsoe. She offers six areas on which to focus efforts.