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Three Questions on Academic Innovation for U-M’s Mike Daniel

A conversation with the University of Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation senior director of policy and chief operating officer.

Building Bridges, Not Walls

How to fuse a more inclusive education for global citizenship with a genuine fluency with Western art, history and philosophy.

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NCAA, Heal Thyself

Any real reform in college sports needs to start with autonomy for the major programs and conferences, Josephine R. Potuto and Brian Shannon write.

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Five Actions to Address Inequities in Course Scheduling

Scheduling courses mainly during the day is not just an inefficient use of classroom space but also a barrier to equitable course availability, writes higher ed space planning consultant Chris Morett.

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An Unsung Benefit of Peer Feedback

When students respond to each other’s writing, it’s often more helpful to the responders than the receivers, writes Patricia A. Dunn. 

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Yes, Colleges Do Close

Many will soon—and leaders’ collective refusal to discuss this openly only makes things worse, John J. Smetanka writes.

To Write a Book, Start a Blog

I didn’t necessarily believe it until I saw how well this works.