Despite the high numbers of casual academic staff in Australia, surprisingly little research has been done on their working conditions and experiences.
Students could learn about critical thinking, writing and the broader role of artificial intelligence tools like chatbots.
As sports betting becomes more prevalent, so do the risks to college athletes, gaming experts argue.
Boosting efforts to tackle sexual violence in Indonesian universities requires initiatives from higher education institutions, decisive actions at the state level and activism at the grassroots level.
Black students told a researcher they felt conflicted about hiding parts of themselves in order to get ahead.
The irruption of ChatPT has had impact everywhere, including higher education. But can it be a greater impact than expected?
An estimated 40 million borrowers could be affected by a pair of cases before the Supreme Court that could block the Biden administration’s plan to cancel student debt.
Kittrell’s legacy shows that home economics was always about more than cooking and sewing. It’s also a reminder that issues that affect families are simultaneously local and global.
ChatGPT could lead to substantial learning gains if it’s used as a tutor, an online learning specialist says.
A gunman at Michigan State University shot dead three people before taking his own life. Two criminologists explain how the incident fits a pattern of campus attacks.
Forcing universities to only serve the needs of the labour market undermines their abilities to educate students and conduct research.
In Indonesia, contract cheaters take advantage of a culture of academic competition, a lack of legal clarity, and the move to online testing and assignments.
An increasing number of colleges aren’t interested in seeing applicants’ standardized test results.
In its present form, the new Higher Education Bill lacks a governance framework that addresses the complaints of fee-paying students.
Racial hostility can produce symptoms similar to what soldiers experience as a result of going to war.
Support for strong gun ownership rights is often associated with conservative Christian views, but religion and self-defense have a much longer history in the United States.
The proposed new university would be called Adelaide University and open in 2026, with the aim of becoming Australia’s biggest university for domestic students.
The Albanese government has changed visa conditions for international graduates. But this alone won’t help students stay in Australia.
Spacecraft are just a small part of what it takes for humans to become an interplanetary species. A political science professor explains how there is much more to creating a spacefaring society.
Orthodox Jewish communities are still difficult places for many LGBTQ people. Yet the view, once ubiquitous, that Orthodox tradition is incompatible with their identities is gradually shifting.