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Barnard College President and Dartmouth College President-elect Sian Beilock, Brown University President Christina Paxson, and AAAS Board of Directors Chair and Olin College of Engineering President Gilda A. Barabino argue that higher education can encourage more women and people of color to enter the STEM workforce.
Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber argues that a college degree is worth the cost, despite a majority of Americans now believing the opposite.
Brown University President Christina Paxson explains how the most acute threat to campus speech right now is coming not from students shouting speakers down, but from the recent spate of state bills banning books; diversity, equity, and inclusion activities; tenure; and the teaching of “divisive concepts.”
The University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell and School of Social Work Dean Allan Cole explain what the university is doing to address rising housing costs for students.
Indiana University President Pamela Whitten discusses IU 2030, a “seven-year strategy and road map” for the university’s campuses and education centers.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger discusses his new book, his legacy, and ramifications of the upcoming Supreme Court cases on race-conscious admissions.
Tulane University President Michael A. Fitts argues universities should embrace rather than fear artificial intelligence programs such as ChatGPT.
University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano explains how the university is working to educate and protect students from the threat of fentanyl.
Vanderbilt University Chancellor Daniel Diermeier writes about how universities can help guide students through constructive debate on campus and break down the us-versus-them mentality that taints so much of our public discourse.
Chancellor Gary S. May of University of California, Davis shares lessons learned from leading a diverse university and its new governmental anti-hate partnership.