A shiny silver robotic hand types on a laptop keyboard.
March 22, 2023
Administrators and faculty should respond to the rise of AI with speed, strategic purpose and an inclusive focus on equitable student value, Daniel Dolan and Ekin Yasin write.
A futuristic image, with a dark background, with the bright letters "AI" emanating from the center, as if rising from a keyboard.
March 22, 2023
M’hammed Abdous considers the myriad ways artificial intelligence is transforming higher education’s administrative, teaching and research practices.
An overhead shot shows a team of medical professionals working on laptops at a shared table.
March 21, 2023
Changes to a clinical research course made due to COVID shutdowns became permanent when the benefits of the new approach became clear.


March 22, 2023
Optimizing the course schedule.
March 22, 2023
The rise and fall of age as American society’s underlying principle of psychological understanding and social organization.
March 22, 2023
If you hate doing something, you probably won’t be great at it.


February 1, 2005
As Scott McLemee introduces his new column, he feels a little bit like the fictional German philosopher created by Thomas Carlyle.
January 27, 2005
Beware the power of the syllabus, warns Terry Caesar. It defines not only the course, but also the role of the professor.
January 25, 2005
How short-sighted can this administration be?Answer: terribly and tragically.In the 2006 federal budget he will release in early February, President Bush is expected to propose killing off two programs, Upward Bound and Talent Search, that have helped millions of disadvantaged students prepare for college. This makes no long-term economic sense.
January 18, 2005
Sandy Baum explains what the Bush proposals would do -- and what remains to be done -- for a vital aid program.
January 17, 2005
I must confess to a certain bias in the discussion of the community college baccalaureate. I am one of the few individuals who has worked at two institutions -- Utah Valley State College and West Virginia University-Parkersburg -- that have left the ranks of true community colleges in order to expand their mission to include baccalaureate degrees.



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