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How Colleges Can Bring the World Into Their Classrooms

Grappling with global challenges motivates students, an expert says. Plus, a virtual-exchange group expands its reach.

What You Need to Know About ChatGPT

Academics in a recent Chronicle forum discussed how AI will shape teaching.
The Review

The Stanford Law Debacle

Student activists shoot themselves in the foot.
Special Report

The Trends Report 2023

If anyone still thought we could gaze, soothsayer-like, into the future in order to meet it fully prepared, Covid-19 humbled us.

But we can try to understand the forces shaping higher ed, what’s behind them, and how we can meet this moment effectively.

We hope this annual issue will help you do just that.
Virtual Events
  • Mentoring Programs for First-Gen Students

    UPCOMING: March 28, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. First-gen students often benefit from mentors, but how do they find them? Mentoring programs can help. Join us to learn more about creating such programs. With Support From Ascendium. Register here.
  • How Technology Is Changing Academic Advising

    UPCOMING: March 30, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. Academic advisers are increasingly using technology in their work. Will such tools help or hinder the relationship between advisers and students? With Support From ServiceNow. Register here.
  • Global Events and the Curriculum

    ON DEMAND: Students must be brought up to date on the issues facing the world, from geopolitics to social challenges. Join us to learn how you can infuse those concepts into your institution’s curriculum. With Support From USF. Watch on demand.
  • In Defense of Libraries

    ON DEMAND: In this forum, learn how libraries can compete in a time of scarce resources and conflicting priorities. With Support From Occuspace. Watch on demand.

Professional-Development Resources

The Review