Higher Education

Learning to be a Chief Learning Officer

The Graduate School of Education’s Chief Learning Officer program has a new director, Raghu Krishnamoorthy. The program gives working executives new skills, connections, and expertise to become scholar-practitioners.

Louisa Shepard

In the News

Poets & Quants

You’re more than scores: MBA admissions directors share how they look beyond data points for applicants’ stories

Jake Kohler of the Wharton School says that Wharton’s MBA community contains a wide range of academic backgrounds and performances.


Chronicle of Higher Education

ChatGPT is everywhere

Ryan Baker of the Graduate School of Education is incorporating the judicious use of ChatGPT into his courses.


The Conversation

Three things the pandemic taught us about inequality in college—and why they matter today

Doctoral candidate Elena G. van Stee in the School of Arts & Sciences outlines three lessons on disparity from the pandemic that can help colleges better address student inequality.


Inside Higher Ed

‘A very promising sign’

Joni E. Finney of the Graduate School of Education says it’s not entirely clear why students are returning to higher education now or whether the trend is likely to continue into this fall.



With Kevin Warren’s departure, Big Ten presidents have a massive decision to make

In an Op-Ed, Karen Weaver of the Graduate School of Education discusses what the Big Ten Conference will be looking for in their next commissioner.


Inside Higher Ed

Why we need better data on faculty diversity

In an Op-Ed, Laura W. Perna of the Graduate School of Education writes that institutions of higher learning need better data on faculty backgrounds, their experiences and working conditions, and inequities in measures of success.