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ChatGPT and Writing Assessment, an Old Problem Made New

When it comes to assessing student writing, ChatGPT merely makes an enduring problem more apparent.

The Value of Stochastic Thinking

How ideas about randomness, chance, uncertainty and probability are radically reshaping the humanities and the social and physical sciences.

Limbo Revisited

Advice for students trying to decide where to go.

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The Case for Having Class Outside

When end-of-semester stress reaches its peak, an outdoor class is an excellent remedy.

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Facing Diversity

Placing a minority grad student on the inside of a search process gestures toward inclusive practices yet also highlights it shortcomings, write Russ Castronovo and Elijah Levine.

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Commencement Is a Celebration, Not a Class

In choosing a commencement speaker, don’t (purposely) court controversy, Walter Kimbrough writes.

Making Space for Compassion in the Classroom

Chris Hakala, director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship and professor of psychology at Springfield College, uses Student Voice data to argue that students and faculty members mutually benefit from flexibility, communication and feedback.

Expanding Transfer Student Opportunities

The Transfer Virginia portal’s transfer guide makes it possible for any Virginia community college student to learn about, plan for and transfer to programs across the state without credit loss.