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Multiracial volunteers planting tree in public park
February 2, 2023
Educators can help students transform climate anxiety into meaningful action, writes Paul F. Steinberg.
A magnifying glass atop a laptop keyboard.
February 1, 2023
Bundling research and teaching into one business model can result in misalignments that hurt students, Scott Pulsipher writes.
Two hands—one a manicured human hand, the other a robotic hand—type on a computer keyboard.
January 31, 2023
The language of co-authorship, taken from OpenAI’s own terms and policies, can be useful in addressing the rise of AI writing in the classroom, Sean Ross Meehan writes.

Letters to the Editor

September 23, 2022
Some programs may be ending, but Mellon and ACLS still support dissertation work and early-career scholars.
September 20, 2022
Studies that don't clearly define key terms reinforce misunderstanding rather than guiding students and families.
September 13, 2022
Don't dismiss the efforts of fellow academics—and especially the hard work of junior professors—to keep the humanities vital.
August 16, 2022
University officials believed it needed to protect its First Amendment right to hire based on sincerely held religious beliefs and maintain a voluntary academic community based on a shared framework of faith.
August 4, 2022
Growing up was always hard to do. It’s getting harder, and universities are doing little to help.

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February 2, 2023
The skills gap is the most pressing threat to Michigan’s economy and its workers.
February 2, 2023
Do completion scholarships work?  
February 1, 2023
This free, viral AI tool can help marketers and communicators conduct research and create content—but be wary of its limitations and risks.

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January 27, 2023
With trust in higher ed falling, higher ed needs to reimagine whom it serves and how, Taylor Randall writes.
January 26, 2023
If we’re serious about inclusion, it’s time for academe to drop “Latinx” in favor of the term “Latine,” Bryan Betancur writes.
January 25, 2023
The accrediting agencies’ collective failure to hold low-performing colleges accountable against objective standards harms students and taxpayers, Jay Urwitz writes.
January 24, 2023
Legislation targeting K-12 classrooms also threatens the integrity of history education in colleges and universities, James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young write.
January 23, 2023
In a world where students are taught to write like robots, it’s no surprise that a robot can write for them, Julia McKenzie Munemo writes.

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