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The Evolution of Partnership Agreements

How to make sense of the explosion of alternative credential providers.

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WVU Abandons Award-Winning Global Education

In cutting foreign language programs, West Virginia closes doors for its students and undermines the purpose of the university, Neil B. Weissman writes.

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Reforming Research Productivity

The traditional ways of measuring it for tenure and promotion may seem too rooted to challenge, but faculty can start to bring about meaningful positive change, says Clark M. Peters.

If ChatGPT Can Do It, It’s Not Worth Doing

Let’s be sensible about what this technology means.

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Improving Students’ Research Skills

Justin Robertson describes an experimental class project that introduced students to a new way of conducting interviews and applying what they learned.

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Higher Ed, We Have a Problem

It’s time we start grappling with left-wing bias on campus and the problems that’s created for higher education, Billie Wright Dziech writes.

College Rankings: The Tail Is Frantically Wagging the Dog

It’s time for colleges and universities to find new ways to prove their worth.

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Teaching the Good Life

“Good life” courses can help prepare students to live more purposeful, meaningful lives, write Kristina Callina, Alicia Lynch and Michael Murray.