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Wanting to improve school culture? Look to these 3 resources

A sense of belonging is key to keeping students engaged and enrolled. Here's what research recommends for leaders ahead of 2024-25.

What next for career planning for researchers?

Researchers can put themselves in the best possible position for whatever their next step will be, whether they stay on an academic trajectory or go beyond it.

Which colleges and universities are producing the most Fulbright award winners?

Colleges and universities churning out a high rate of Fulbright scholarship winners also enjoy the opportunity of connecting their institution to a network of countries abroad.

Why federal oversight on higher education is growing on multiple fronts

Conflict in the Middle East and souring U.S.-China relations has stirred federal lawmakers and agencies to draw an antagonistic eye toward higher education and the nature of U.S. research.

In the age of numbers, don’t lose sight of qualitative data

By balancing quantitative and qualitative data, we can advance meaningful solutions that address higher education’s most pressing problems and create a more valuable educational experience for all students.

U.S. university world dominance in jeopardy due to disparity

“This raises challenging questions about unequal access to the best university education across America and the implications for social mobility and economic disparities between US regions," said Phil Baty, THE’s Chief global affairs officer.

Aspiring educators aren’t comfortable using edtech. Here are 3 ways colleges can help

Just over half of educator preparation programs (EPPs) report that most of their faculty incorporate technology into their training, a new report suggests. As a result, first-time teachers lack the confidence to use edtech in the classroom at a time when the profession can't avoid it.

In downtime alone, ransomware attacks have cost the education sector more than $50 billion since 2018

Throughout the first half of 2023, K12 and higher education institutions experienced 85 ransomware attacks, nearly doubling last year's recording, according to a new analysis from Comparitech. Unfortunately for the education sector as a whole, it's a troubling trend that shows no signs of slowing down, and it's costing schools a fortune in downtime.

Adjusting for societal impact, this college ranking features 7 public schools in its top 20

Washington Monthly's 2023 National University Rankings prioritizes student outcomes of Pell recipients, social mobility and opportunities for public service.

Nearly 80% of schools were hit with a ransomware attack in the last year

Cybercriminals have been refining their tactics for conducting ransomware attacks for several years, a new report suggests. Unfortunately, for higher ed leaders, they've only become more complex.

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