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A group of six people, seemingly a mix of civilians and police, next to a crater in the ground caused by shelling, in front of a large white university building. Other people can be seen in the background.
August 12, 2022
International aid must be directed toward Ukraine's battered education sector, Mark Temnycky writes.
August 11, 2022
A federally registered apprenticeship program would address supply-side job market problems and protect investments graduate students make in their careers, Dan Jacoby writes.
A person holds a magnifying glass over the word "humanities," which stands out as magnified amid a sea of other words.
August 10, 2022
A "drifting away" from professional service tasks like peer review isn't due to lack of interest or will, but instead results from precarity and exhaustion, Emily-Hamilton-Honey writes.

Letters to the Editor

March 24, 2022
Rushing back to normal, we may be harming students.
March 23, 2022
Questioning Confessions of a Community College Dean's critique of financial aid offers.
March 11, 2022
Kathleen Stock and Jason Kilbourn, among others, were silenced.
March 10, 2022
The Worcester Polytechnic Institute faculty has played a positive and constructive role in the institution's governance.
March 2, 2022
Faculty critics don't represent the views of most professors and staff members, the board chair argues.

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August 12, 2022
How higher education became a private, not a public, good, and the epicenter of the culture wars.
August 12, 2022
Baseline calculations, completion funds, works in progress, and an elusive shrimp cocktail
August 11, 2022
Reading about the coming climate catastrophe in Miami as we wait for Bryan Alexander's new book.

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July 19, 2022
While campus-level climate surveys are important, a new national survey mandated by Congress could undermine the goal of creating safer campuses, Joseph Storch writes.
July 18, 2022
With pandemic lockdowns straining family budgets, it’s time for colleges to adopt a more inclusive strategy for recruiting and admitting Chinese students, Xiaofeng Wan writes.
July 18, 2022
It favors wealthy, white applicants, writes Alan B. Morrison.
July 15, 2022
Employers were asked what skills they most value and what skills recent graduates are weakest in. Tara A. Rose and Terri L. Flateby summarize the findings.
July 14, 2022
Students want the option to continue taking some of their courses online, and colleges should listen, Samuel J. Abrams writes.

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