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‘U.S. News’ Rankings Erase International Students

About a fifth of the metrics in the new U.S. News rankings exclude international students, Ryan Allen and Tomoko Takahashi write.

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What’s Your Professional Hero’s Journey?

Linda Louie describes how to tell a great career story to potential employers and others in the midst of trying to make a pivot.

How to Stem the Retreat From High Academic Expectations and Standards

Yes, it is possible to rethink grading and testing and still hold students accountable.

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Creating Community Among Grad Students

Based on their experiences as student organizers, Ryan S. C. Wong and Bayleigh Smith offer recommendations to both institutions and students about effective approaches.

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Stop Undervaluing For-Profit Online Degrees

Next time you scoff at a degree from a for-profit online college, ask yourself why, exactly—and whom you’re hurting, L. Roxanne Russell writes.

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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.

Aligning the Curriculum to Reality in AI-Accelerated Times

Curricula are reassessed as rarely as every five years. AI demands we do a deep review right now and repeat it often.

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Can Scholar Leadership Rescue Academia From Obsolescence?

Fatimah Williams details how cultivating leadership among faculty not only leads to individual and institutional success but also ensures higher ed makes a positive societal impact.