Filter & Sort
An empty classroom features a whiteboard and a desk with a black chair.

Academic Success Tip: Add Syllabus Reading Assignments

Teaching students to read, reference and remember a course syllabus can be a challenge for many professors. Here are three strategies to encourage students to engage with their syllabus.

The Academic Learning Center building on Kennesaw State's campus on a sunny clear day.

New on the Job: Hung-Tao (Michael) Chen, Kennesaw State University

The inaugural associate dean for student success and engagement for Kennesaw’s Norman J. Radow college of humanities and social sciences shares his background, values and goals for his role.

Close, cropped photo of a notebook open on top of a laptop keyboard.

Rethinking Responding to Student Writing 

New book argues that students respond more effectively to peers’ writing than professors do and that they’re skilled at self-assessment, too. Still, professors can lay the groundwork for this feedback through scripts and other scaffolding.

A professor standing in front of a chalkboard shakes a student's hand.

Trust the Process: Helping Students Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Faculty and staff members who interact with students can take five actions to help those with self-doubt and other struggles that may impact completion of a degree, writes David Stoddard.

A group of Information Science and Technology Students smile for a photo.

Success Program Launch: Tech Students Stay Local With Career Exploration

Information science and technology students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha participate in a four-year, tiered experiential learning program to expose them to workforce opportunities in the state.

A collage of graphics related to the college experience.

Campus Engagement Tip: Write Down the Bucket List

Institutions can promote services, events and campus traditions to new and returning students by making a list of activities to complete before graduation.

Four Ursinus College students sign a poster

College Recognized for Its Recovery-Friendly Culture, Policies

Ursinus College in Pennsylvania became the first institution certified as a recovery-friendly workplace for faculty and staff as well as students working to overcome substance abuse.

UT students engage in mental health initiatives.

Creating a Systemwide Mental Health Solution

To meet a growing student need for mental health care, the University of Texas took a systemwide approach to solutions, investing $16.5 million into new resources.