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Robot Speaker at Commencement? Some Human Students Balk

Inside Higher Ed

Some Human Students Balk Lauren.Coffey@… Fri, 04/26/2024 - 03:00 AM D’Youville University thought its selection would be fun and relevant in an age of AI. Robot Speaker at Commencement? Not everyone agreed. Byline(s) Lauren Coffey

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5 Humanization Trends to Inspire Your Higher Ed Marketing


That theme is “humanization.” According to Brandingmag , “Where personalization focuses on meeting individuals’ requirements, humanization strives to build a meaningful, emotional connection between a brand and those individuals.” A more realistic and less polished tone is more likely to resonate with prospective students.

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The Graduate route is about human stories, not just numbers


International students seem to get thrust into the policy spotlight every time the net migration figures arrive. But for Jim Campbell and Helen Atkinson, students’ and graduates’ voices should be at the centre of the conversation The post The Graduate route is about human stories, not just numbers appeared first on Wonkhe.

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The AI conundrum is older and more “human” than we think


As the debate over AI moves beyond futile attempts to catch students' use of Chat-GPT, Jim Dickinson considers what we'll want humans in HE to do in the future The post The AI conundrum is older and more “human” than we think appeared first on Wonkhe.

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$25M Foundation Grant Promotes Internships Among Humanities Majors

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Mellon Foundation has awarded a total $25 million in grant funding to five public colleges and universities to establish paid internship programs for humanities majors. To those ends, the humanities internship grants aim to make internship participation more widely available for humanities majors.

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The University Business Podcast: Why STEM needs the humanities—and vice versa

University Business

Deliberately integrating the humanities into Georgia Tech University’s armada of world-class STEM-based programs is the future of pedagogy at the R1 Atlanta university—and perhaps for all of higher education, says Richard Utz, interim dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, in this installment of the “University Business Podcast.”

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The Evolution of the Humanities


This blog has been kindly written fro HEPI by Professor Marion Thain, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Culture and Technology at King’s College London. However that doesn’t mean humanities disciplines don’t have to change.