How one college has brought AI into the classroom

Most colleges and universities are employing artificial intelligence for administrative affairs, but Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is putting this technology into the hands of professors

14 ways campus career offices are serving students during school closures: Ideas 12 to 14

With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, career services teams have gotten creative about delivering programs virtually, including understanding the need to get student input and support alumni

How colleges use social media alerts during emergencies

Adding social media strategies to emergency notification processes can be challenging. Here are some successful procedures and policies colleges are using to get the job done.

Academic diversity officers expand equity at University of Michigan

University of Michigan's equity initiatives are expanded by academic diversity officers who develop goals for all 50 schools, departments and divisions.

How higher ed scores victories for vets

Colleges expand programs for former service members who have a hard time transitioning from the mission-oriented military to a more open, less rigid world of campus choices.

Contending with college cheaters

As a new academic year gets underway, faculty and academic affairs administrators must consider how to prevent cheating on exams and papers in light of the ever-evolving tactics that students use.

Look back at 2018: Top higher ed stories

For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.

Faculty hiring: 4 trends to follow

The seemingly routine process of hiring faculty also presents campus leaders with ample opportunities for innovation. As higher ed institutions strive to take full advantage of the talents brought by incoming faculty, some variations to long-standing practices are taking root. Here are four emerging and continuing hiring trends worth following throughout 2019.

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