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Have Elite Universities Become Too Student-Centered?

How to better channel their students’ idealism and energy.

What Emerging Leaders Need to Know as They Prepare to Be CMO

In part two of this series, we delve into four critical aspects that rising leaders should understand before taking on a top marketing role.

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A Guide for First-Generation, Working-Class Graduate Students

Lauren Harvey offers advice for those who feel like they’re straddling two worlds: one where they’re unsure they belong and another where their upward mobility is not understood.

The Glories of the Human Voice

Why we should care about choral music.

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New Regulations Will Impact Graduate Enrollment

L. Maren Wood predicts four consequences of the U.S. Department of Education’s efforts to hold institutions accountable for their programs’ costs and alumni career outcomes.

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The Dept. of Ed. v. Online Learning

The Biden administration’s move to change the rules for online program managers threatens to walk back online learning opportunities and limit educational access, William J. Bennett writes.

A Conversation With Greg Britton on AI Audiobook Narration

Checking in with the editorial director at Johns Hopkins University Press on artificial narration for academic press titles.