Who Are Today’s College Students? The Marginalized Majority
Given the depiction of the American college experience in television, movies, and the nightly news, you might think typical high school seniors... Read More
Rethinking Vocational Education
It’s no secret: even as college enrollment rates are climbing, the American public is growing increasingly disillusioned with higher education’s rising costs... Read More
Will the 2020 Election Bring an End to Student Debt?
From climate change to immigration to an escalating trade war, the United States faces a spate of crises from all directions. Yet... Read More
How Colleges Support Their Diverse Student Bodies
Diversity is more than putting people of different backgrounds in the same room. As the American Council on Education argues, diversity is... Read More
As Visa Restrictions Deter International Students, Institutions Pay the Price
For international students, studying in the United States has become much harder. The recent revision of policies has made it more difficult... Read More
Resources for Contingent Faculty Members in Higher Education
Contingent faculty members compose the majority of the teaching workforce in higher education today. A report produced at the American Institutes for... Read More
Attention Graduate Student Members!
Are you looking to grow your professional network, make new connections, and get career advice from distinguished scholars in the humanities fields?... Read More
The 2020 Trump Budget: What it Means for Higher Education
The Trump administration has released its proposal for the 2020 federal budget, and, unsurprisingly, it includes extensive cuts to funding for the... Read More
Differential Tuition in Higher Education: What Does It Mean for Schools, Students, and the Public Good?
Much has been written recently about the steadily rising cost of attending colleges and universities in the United States, increases related, in... Read More
The 2018 Midterm Elections: What the Results Mean for Higher Education
Although the 2018 midterm ballots are still being counted, there is little doubt that the congressional landscape is changing. While Republicans still... Read More