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Gen Z and the Humanities

Post-pandemic cohorts of incoming students may have unique reasons for being drawn to the humanities, Randy Laist writes.

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Why the Emotional Aspects of Learning Matter

Confronting our discomfort with learning’s affective domain will help us deal with the widespread hangover of the pandemic that remains a barrier to students’ classroom engagement, writes Angela Bauer.

Supporting the Faculty Member Fearing Generative AI

The advent of generative AI has hit higher education with the force of an earthquake, deeply shaking many faculty members who have serious concerns for their careers.

3 Questions for Embry-Riddle’s Ronnie Mack

A conversation with an educator, connector, encourager and coach.

We Must Still Make Students Write

A response to Corey Robin’s retreat to in-class writing.

Confronting Hard Truths

Brutal realities that American higher education ignores at its peril.


Creating an Evergreen Fundraising Communications Strategy

The time between campaigns offers a unique opportunity to focus on branding.

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Behind Declining Standards in Higher Ed

A “broke-woke-stroke” convergence may be to blame, Mark Horowitz, Anthony L. Haynor and Kenneth Kickham write.