Colleges should start thinking of data about students as data that in some way belongs to the students. Let them make the call about sharing it.
Students of color often say they are tired of explaining their situation to others. But dialogue is the only way forward.
As more and more jobs are automated, higher education has a crucial role to play in training people to do what machines can’t.
The case of Larycia Hawkins resonates beyond the Illinois campus because it’s a cautionary tale for all institutions, faith-based and secular, that seek to protect their core beliefs.
By looking at who comes from where, geographers can explore gender imbalance, achievement, and even motivation in open online courses.
Teaching ethical photography to health-science students before they go on foreign medical "missions" can introduce them to principles of equity they might not have considered.