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Career Services Offices Teach Students to Use AI

Since the launch of ChatGPT in November, career services professionals have been experimenting with ways to coach students in the use of generative AI for résumés and cover letters.

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Student Success Champion: Colin David Pears at the University of New England

As the university’s newest associate provost for student success and chief retention officer, Pears aims to facilitate collaboration and ensure cohesion in the support of students.

Wide-angle photo of students gathered around a large table at the University of North Dakota's test kitchen. A young female chef/instructor is demonstrating something with a blender toward the back of the table. Ceiling holds a mirror for better views of the demonstration.

Teaching Cooking, Nutrition via Demo Kitchens

On-campus demonstration kitchens are promoting engagement and well-being at some institutions, with cooking classes, nutrition coaching, meal planning workshops and more on the menu.

Barbara Blake Gonzalez stands in front of the Old Dominion University Monarch Internship and Co-Op office

Program Launch: One-Stop for Internships, Co-Ops

To break down silos and increase access to work-based learning, Old Dominion University established a new department focused on internships for all students on campus.

Three female college students sit outside on the grass on a blanket, laughing and looking at a computer screen. One of the women is using a wheelchair.

Student Health and Wellness Survey: The Top 10 Takeaways

Major findings from our Student Voice survey on health and wellness link stress to decreased academic performance, poorer mental health and more.

A female student looks at a book with a male professor.

Program Launch: Inclusive Mentorship Training for Campus Leaders

A six-part training program equips faculty, staff and other college mentors with resources and tools to promote student success.

Three Western Illinois University students work together in a physics course.

Scaling Up: Peer-Learning Program Grows Across Colleges

Western Illinois University will expand its academic peer support program for STEM students across campuses and partner with a local community college to launch the program there as well.

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Teaching Tip: How to Engage Your Lecture Hall

Capturing students’ attention can be a challenge in lecture halls. Here are four suggestions for creating active learning environments in large class settings.