Despite drop in Western students, cheap education and science-focused offerings continue to draw international learners from Russia’s political allies Read more
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It’s no secret that artificial intelligence has gripped the higher education sector in more ways than inside the classroom. Although most colleges and universities are scrambling to moderate precisely how students should be allowed to use it, faculty and administrators are inviting its use systemwide. Read more
Most schools had policies before government’s plan, and there are concerns about safety and implications for carers of outright ban Read more
The University of New Brunswick’s philosophy department invited Corey Miller, president of Ratio Christi, a U.S.-based Christian campus apologetics organization, to speak on Sept. 21 on whether Christianity is good or bad for the world. Read more
Jupiter-sized "planets" free-floating in space, unconnected to any star, have been spotted by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Read more
The Education Department’s new transparency measures will tell prospective students if a graduate program will leave them with debt they can’t afford to pay back. But the agency nixed its original plan to include nonprofit undergraduate programs. Read more
Beginning in July 2024, the Department of Education will hold colleges and universities on a tighter leash regarding their graduates’ employment outcomes. For-profit colleges, along with all institutions that offer non-degree certificate programs, will need to demonstrate that their graduates can afford their debt payments and earn more than adults who did not receive a postsecondary education. Read more
The historical disconnect between teaching and research makes it easy to restrict expression without provoking much outrage Read more
The consequences of the Coalition’s job ready graduate scheme mean the costs of some courses have ballooned up to 140% over the last five years Read more
Some media outlets were quick to trumpet a Kent State University study which suggested a possibility that primitive female hunters may have been able to kill as well as males if they used a specific weapon. Read more