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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

April 14, 2022
A researcher defends his work against Matt Reed's "bad faith" critique.
April 14, 2022
The university has officially, and glibly, targeted a professor as "racist" in ways that evoke shameful moments in American history.
March 31, 2022
Correcting the record on assertions about the end of the Western civilization requirement at Stanford.
March 29, 2022
"Partisan progressive hit operation," not civil rights watchdog.
March 24, 2022
Rushing back to normal, we may be harming students.

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Blogs

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.

Archive

January 6, 2023
Scott McLemee reviews Jamie Kreiner’s The Wandering Mind: What Medieval Monks Tell Us About Distraction.
January 5, 2023
Postdocs on federal fellowships should receive equal benefits as peers, write Mallory R. Smith and Thomas P. Kimbis.
January 4, 2023
Pursuit of R-2 status can create new opportunities for underrepresented students and needn’t come at cost to inclusion or access, Kim Schatzel and KerryAnn O’Meara write.
January 3, 2023
While University of California grad workers won important gains, the system remains broken, along with graduate and undergraduate students’ trust, Laura J. Mitchell writes.
January 2, 2023
A critique of affirmative action fails to account for the flawed data used to "prove" bias.

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