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Here’s how higher ed departments can move from strategy to practice with artificial intelligence.
The origins of the ethical dilemma in college admissions have been evident for some time. Now, thanks to a few celebrities and the Entertainment Tonight program, they’ve come to the forefront. For colleges and universities, this is more than just a crisis of confidence; it’s a case for improving risk management, says guest columnist Jean Close, a partner in The Bonadio Group’s Healthcare/Tax Exempt Division.
While nudging on a small scale appears to expand access to financial aid and higher ed enrollment, the practice may have less impact on a statewide or national level, according to a new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
A proposal by The California State University to mandate a fourth-year quantitative course for college admission may hinder enrollment.
The 109,000-square-foot facility features several reconfigurable research laboratories and the Center for Design Thinking, a collaboration with the Department of Visual and Literary Arts.
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