Fostering intercultural competence can help motivate students to become more proficient in a foreign language.
Research shows that replacing tenured faculty with adjuncts at community colleges could hurt students' future learning outcomes.
English language learners may have more obstacles than their counterparts. Understanding their challenges is the key to their success.
To engage students in diverse perspectives, Tulane now requires students to take at least one course focused on “race and inclusion.”
A digital literacy expert says to “always check” digital sources before sharing news on social media to stop the spread of misinformation.
Worldwide threats to fundamental freedoms show why human rights research is more important than ever, two professors argue.
One might expect the first generation of digital natives, those who grew up immersed in digital technology, to be more media savvy than those for whom the language of digital culture has been a more recent, and sometimes difficult, acquisition. Today’s digital natives are in almost constant contact with digital media, and yet they haven’t... Read More
An intensive program exposes disadvantaged NYC teens to Western philosophical thinkers, arguing it could lead to improved graduation rates.
What is the public value of the humanities? While perennial debates continue around attempts to answer that question, a public humanities movement has nevertheless been gaining momentum, with the support of institutions like the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), state humanities councils, and private foundations. At its most basic, the term public humanities refers... Read More
A new study found that participants who received warnings "reported greater anxiety…if they believed that the words can cause harm.”