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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.

A frustrating year results in drastic declines in FAFSA submissions

Nearly 57% fewer high school seniors have submitted a new FAFSA form compared to last year's numbers. Could delays and technological errors be to blame?

In the death of college admissions as we know it lies the opportunity for better practices

We are currently in uncharted territory in the world of college admissions. Institutions have the opportunity to rebuild the system so that applicants from all walks of life and demographics can access education. 

Us against the world: How are higher ed’s latest trends impacting the U.S. and Canada?

Instructure's latest report discovered that U.S. and Canadian students are behind in adopting AI and are the most afflicted by mental health concerns, among other findings.

Higher ed must step up to close the internship access gap

More schools must market internships' value and improve their accessibility, regardless of how students learn, live, or who they are.

Are professors too soft on grading? Survey says 8 in 10 give in to ‘grade grubbing’

Nearly a fifth gave into student demands to due to fear of retribution, according to Inteligent's survey of 288 educators.

Beyond the trend: 3 ways to build your social media strategy amid emerging platforms

Social media is more than just creating content; each post is an opportunity to reinforce your institution's unique identity and deepen your relationship with current and prospective students. 

Are cannabis programs set to become higher education’s next darling?

Thanks to relaxed legal sanctions and a sprouting economic impact, institutions are responding to higher workforce demands in the cannabis industry by offering short-term, cost-friendly programs. Will their efforts pan out?

How can your school help faculty overcome edtech fatigue and burnout?

WGU Labs' 2023 EdTech Faculty Survey provides crucial insights into pain points in the faculty experience with edtech and how to achieve a successful technology-enabled future.

Africa’s student visa denials exceed every continent despite growing U.S. enrollment

A report published by the Higher Ed Immigration Portal found that U.S. immigration denied 50% of African student visas between 2015 and 2022. This, despite the fact "the growth in the world’s labor market is in Africa," according to Rebecca Winthrop, director of the Center for University Education at Brookings. "As other parts of the world age, Africa will grow its population and today’s children will be the talent tomorrow’s global companies will be recruiting."

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