by Devon Price I’ve been a psychology professor since 2012. In the past six years, I’ve witnessed students of all ages procrastinate on papers, skip presentation days, miss assignments, and.
by Laurie Ann Britt-Smith After 20 years of teaching academic writing to both native speakers and English language learners, I can attest that at some point, just about everyone asks.
by Jasmine Roberts Our nation has been confronted with ugly truths and hard history revealing how systemic racism rears its head in almost every space. Since the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down.
by Jenna Kramer and Shelly Culbertson Enrollment at America’s community colleges is down by nearly 10 percent compared with before the pandemic. In first-time enrollment, the decline is even more steep —.
A trio of Ph.D. students ask the question, “What should universities be?” by John-Erik Hansson, Nguyen Vu Thuc Linh, Ola Innset The role of the university as a place of.
by Jamie Merisotis The work of the future will demand that people hone their human traits and capabilities to distinguish their work from that of smart machines. We’re long used.