"Fashion Styling Foundations," the five-module course created by Yellowbrick in partnership with the Fashion Institute of Technology's Center for Continuing and Professional Studies and WWD, is helping participants reinvent themselves by learning new skills and taking new career paths.
The Biden administration's new ruling that students deserve to learn free from harassment, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, is enraging conservatives across the country, as the June 24 news article...
I'm Goldie Blumenstyk, a senior writer at The Chronicle covering innovation in and around higher ed. This week I reflect on some promising results of experiments in "nudging" and highlight recent...
In partnership with Tiber Health, Virginia's only Hispanic-Serving Institution, Marymount University, launches new Master of Science in Medical Sciences in response to state demand for culturally-competent doctors and healthcare professionals in healthcare deserts
The idea of using chatbots to help students with administrative tasks is pretty familiar by now. I talk to an instructor whose course is the site of an experiment testing nudges for class assignments. I remind you about the final...
For me, purpose evolved. At first, I simply wanted to "be an entrepreneur." My hunch was that, as an entrepreneur, I could do good in the world, but I didn't yet have a concept of tying the product to a purposeful impact.
Can text messages from a chat bot help keep community college students enrolled? A new study suggests the answer is yes - if designed correctly.
When you think of the founder of an education technology company, you probably don't naturally think of someone with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering - and not that you should.
Careers in insurance, utilities or banking may not seem like the most exciting choices, they can be good ones, explains Lauren Olson, vice president of growth and strategy at Avenica.
Bitwise acquires software development firm in Denver