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Student mental health and well-being is a major focus area for higher-ed institutions across the nation, particularly as schools emerge from the pandemic and seek to address the growing number of students who experience mental health crises. The post Wellness centers grow as institutions focus on mental health appeared first on eCampus News.
STEM allow us to push the boundaries of innovation, enabling people to step foot on the moon, develop lifesaving health care, and advance clean forms of energy. We also have STEM to thank for how we live. The post Why diversity and STEM education are critical to our future workforce appeared first on eCampus News.
Deciding on a college major is a tricky decision for even the most dedicated of students. Before enrolling, students have to consider their own skills, their career prospects, and their ability to thrive within the department at large. The post Helping students navigate college majors appeared first on eCampus News.
While more than half of the students in the U.S. expect to increase their use of AI tools over the next six months, this is a slower rate of increase than their peers in other countries, where 71 percent anticipate their use of AI tools will increase. The post Students, leaders slow to adopt AI, but cautiously optimistic appeared first on eCampus News.
Finance professionals can play a significant role in the success of an educational institution, and they are a strong force in connecting the community at various touch points. The post AP automation mitigates risk of fraud in higher ed appeared first on eCampus News.
In a new initiative dubbed "AI Ready," Amazon is committing to provide free artificial intelligence skills training and education to 2 million people globally by 2025.
The nonprofit organization Education at Work (EAW) has received a $500,000 grant from customer relationship management company Salesforce's charitable Salesforce Foundation to develop a hybrid "learn and earn" program to help students across the U.S. work part-time for Fortune 500 companies, learn new skills, and pay for college.
At the beginning of most courses, I survey my students to ask them what they need from me to be successful. I went back through their answers recently to look for common themes among my students. The post What students want from their instructors appeared first on eCampus News.
Higher education continues to face challenges at nearly every level as enrollment remains precarious, according to the 2023 Higher Ed Landscape Report from enrollment management agency EducationDynamics. The post Higher ed continues to see changing enrollment, low confidence appeared first on eCampus News.
Khan Academy is slashing the district price of its Khanmigo AI teaching assistant tool, from $60 per student/per year to $35 per student/per year. The price cut reflects a commitment to "making AI as accessible as possible," the organization said.