Learning about Generative AI should include supporting collaborative interdisciplinary research and writing ethical prompts to help discover what it can do.
Especially since the Second World War, an increasingly diverse university student body and advocacy for student rights have affected how universities understand a duty of care for students.
Professor Sir Eric Thomas was a former VC of the University of Bristol and a patron and key supporter of The Conversation UK.
Politicians talk about how they want to see more Indigenous graduates but we don’t often hear from Indigenous students about their experiences. New research talks to four young Indigenous men.
The silence of some Canadian universities in addressing antisemitism, in particular when considered alongside active approaches toward equity and racial justice, needs to be addressed.
Australian university applicants are sticking to their preferred fields of study, despite dramatic changes to student fees in 2021.
To inform university responses to online harassment affecting graduate students, artist-researchers created original artworks in response to interviews with their peers who experienced online hate.
The COVID-19 pandemic affected college towns profoundly and highlighted the complex relationship between universities and their host communities.
The government at national and state levels as well as private proprietors should appoint women as universities’ vice-chancellors.
Growing awareness of sexual harassment and discrimination in the field prompted an international survey and research into potential solutions.
New analysis finds if Australian universities were treated like Australian schools, they would gain 11% in funding per year.
University enrolments, research output and revenue tripled or more in the three decades to 2019. This growth brought benefits as well as problems.
A major higher education review is suggesting Australia puts a levy on international student fees.
A new study tracks the number of history academics and history students in Australia. The results are alarming.
A new community risk assessment tool allows post-secondary institutions to make evidence-based decisions about their policies and procedures.
According to cognitive psychology there are three distinct types of memory. Each plays a different role in effective study.
The Conversation talks to University of Melbourne researcher Gwilym Croucher about what the Times Higher Education rankings mean.
Often those most impacted by climate change are those least able to engage with climate discourse. Universities have a responsibility to engage with these communities.
Universities face growing costs but no prospect of increased funding.
International students frequently face challenges finding suitable places to live. Instead of blaming them, the government should be helping them.