Colleges and universities have experienced monumental changes over the last few years. This blog post breaks down some new research from Wiley about what to expect in 2024 and beyond.
Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are undoubtedly useful, but can college students be trusted to use them ethically? While the answer is layered, this blog post offers three things for educators to remember about ethical AI use at colleges and universities.
AI is having a positive effect on higher education. However, some educators are wary of using it in college and university classrooms. To help you become more comfortable with this new technology, here are some real-life examples of how AI is improving outcomes for admissions, financial aid, and more.
43% (and counting) of college or university students use some form of generative AI, like ChatGPT. It’s up to higher education leaders to determine AI’s role on their own campus – and to effectively communicate ethical guidelines to students and educators.
More than half of higher education faculty and staff are thinking about leaving their jobs. This blog explores how getting to know educators’ interests can help institutional leaders retain – or retrain – more faculty and staff.
Colleges and universities are at risk of losing more than half of their current employees. This blog explores three ways institutional leaders can increase educator retention.
Faculty and staff at colleges or universities say they’re burnt out and underpaid. This blog explores how the Great Resignation has affected the higher education industry – and what leaders can do to better retain employees.
Undergraduate enrollment rates have continued to drop. And private, for-profit, four-year universities have been hit the hardest, with a 6.8% drop from 2020 to 2022. Here’s how college and university deans, presidents, provosts, and other leaders plan to recover.
Undergraduate enrollment at colleges and universities dropped by a total of 4.2% between 2020 and 2022. Many higher education leaders expected enrollment rates to naturally rebound, but that may not happen. Fortunately, student-ready institutions may turn things around.