In Praise of the Accelerated MA Program

Central Michigan University has revived a graduate program and catered to students in a way previously thought impossible.

Lessons From the Field /
By: Matthew Roberson

Student Journalists Fight for Access as Universities Toe the Line

Student editors allege schools are more focused on public relations and protecting a brand than fostering legitimate student journalism.

Student Experience /
By: Chris Kudialis

9 Must-Know Higher Education Marketing Trends for 2024

These digital marketing trends will define how higher ed marketers do their jobs this year, setting them up for success in a highly competitive landscape.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Ryan Schwartz

Q&A with Jaime Hunt: Strategy, Innovation and Initiative

Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing officer, Old Dominion University discusses spam bots, college ROI and the role marketers should have in an institution’s leadership strategy.

Interviews /
By: Maryna Yankovska

AI Will Level the Academic Playing Field, Eventually

Higher-ed leaders are touting plans for an AI teaching revolution, but most students have yet to see significant results.

Student Experience /
By: Chris Kudialis

Is Biden’s Executive Order on AI Too Hands-Off for Higher Ed?

The White House’s executive order on AI has left institutions of higher education with just as many questions as answers and that might be a boon.

Education Administration /
By: J. Aelick

10 Higher Ed Rebrands Redefining College Identities

From Wisconsin’s shift to “Universities of Wisconsin” emphasizing inclusivity to Cleveland State’s “CSU 2.0” fostering emotional connections, higher ed institutions are strategically developing distinct identities.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Ryan Schwartz

AI’s Impact on Institutional Reputation

Institutional leaders must find a delicate balance between embracing advancements while managing potential risks to reputation and academic integrity.

Education Administration /
By: Aila Boyd

Can AI Help Cut Administrative Bloat?

An encroaching enrollment stall coupled with administrative bloat may lead to institutional challenges, but at least one university believes AI may be the solution to higher education’s survival.

Education Administration /
By: Chris Kudialis

10 Campuses with A+ Instagram Accounts

These institutions receive high marks for creatively engaging social media audiences and showcasing what sets their campuses apart.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Ryan Schwartz

Don’t Assume Students Are AI Savvy 

As artificial intelligence transforms the classroom experience, higher ed leaders are stressing that students need guidance with how and when to use the technology appropriately.

Student Experience /
By: Aila Boyd

QuickFire: Samara Sit

19 Questions with Bryn Mawr College’s Chief Communications Officer

Interviews /
By: Kevin Renton

Communication Breakdown: The Strain of Responding to Crises Like the Israeli-Hamas Conflict

An age-old PR question rears its head again on college campuses: With emotions boiling on all sides, should leaders pick a side, foster discourse or keep their heads down?

Donor & Alumni Relations /
By: Aila Boyd

Can Direct Admissions Benefit Everyone?

As direct admissions programs gain traction across the U.S., admissions experts, high school counselors and students speak on their strengths.

Admissions /
By: Joshua Aelick

Higher Ed Grapples with AI’s Impact

From blanket bans to curriculum acceptance, universities are taking different approaches to address the growing popularity of artificial intelligence in and out of the classroom.

Education Administration /
By: Aila Boyd