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Teaching Conflict, Not Violence

In teaching about the Middle East, a framework from the French psychologist Charles Rojzman can help engage students in conversations characterized by conflict, not violence, Pamela E. Barnett writes.

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Eliminate the Required First-Year Writing Course

Students no longer need a required first-year writing course if AI can write for them, Melissa Nicolas argues.

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Some Good News on Campus Veterans

There is progress amid the discouraging developments about the state of veterans on campuses, Wick Sloane writes.

How to Avoid Getting Sued

Key legal issues that surround college teaching.

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The Department Chair Triumvirate 

Vicki L. Baker shares case studies that shed light on new ways department chairs need to operate in terms of leadership, management and personnel.

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A Dream Team: Writing and Career Development Experts

These professionals should collaborate to support job seekers, offering distinct perspectives on composing cover letters and other key ways to communicate with employers, write Katie Homar and Kelly Rownd.

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Making a Case for Race-Based Scholarships 

Race-based scholarships are a proven way to address systemic inequality, Noël Harmon writes.