Content Type: Daily Briefing
‘Being gender inclusive means different things to different people,’ says the study’s lead author.
Bad advice leads some community college students to take on too many gen-ed credits that don’t count towards their bachelor’s degree, study finds.
Staying focused on your most important priorities can feel impossible amid a constant stream of phone notifications, emails, and news alerts.
It’s up to college presidents to educate the public on the realities of campus spending and funding.
“If higher education continues to think the traditional one-size-fits-all approach is going to work, we’re going to miss the boat,” says one associate dean for digital innovation and enterprise learning.
To boost student retention, more admissions leaders are turning to character attributes to better predict student success.
Virtual reality may become one of the most important tech tools in education across the next decade. Here’s how colleges are going virtual.
Current and former presidents weigh in on critical higher ed leadership skills.
More colleges are partnering with coding bootcamps—or launching their own—to boost students’ career outcomes and meet regional workforce demands.
Today’s donor investors seek transformational ideas with world-changing impact, and they want to make deep connections with the individuals doing the work. However, identifying these kinds of big ideas is a constant struggle for advancement staff—simply asking your campus partners to think big doesn’t work. To successfully surface big ideas across campus, advancement needs to bring order to chaos by implementing a transparent process.