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Matt Zalaznick

Community college leaders are finding that esports raises the academic enthusiasm of current students and attracts more new full-time students to campus. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick

Some experts warn of a looming higher ed enrollment bust, but applications are not down everywhere as colleges reach out to new groups of students. Read more>>

Emily Ann Brown

Teachers College at Columbia University convenes experts at a conference to tackle tough questions about the state of artificial intelligence in education and its implications for the future of teaching and learning. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Purdue brews Boiler Gold and Boiler Black to fund academic programs. Nicholls State's Colonels Retreat Lager may lead to wine and spices. And beer is a good luck charm at New Mexico State. Read more>>

Chris Burt

The two major universities go all in on esports, elevating it to top-level status on campus; NASEF partners with Japan High School Esports Federation on international collaborative agreement. Read more>>

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Thanks to continued growth in tech-focused areas, there’s little doubt that there will be plenty of tech jobs to go around. But strong growth is also expected in lots of other areas like hospitality and healthcare, creating opportunities for workers with a variety of skills. Read more>>

Arizona Capital Times

To truly address the opportunity gap in higher education, we should be focusing on those students left behind, often at the hand of institutions not suited to respond to student needs. Read more>>

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