News in brief
The latest higher education news and opinions.
Not studying harder, not gaining more work experience, and not choosing a different major are what graduates regret most about their college experience, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center. (The Atlantic)
Alternate Reality Learning Experiences (ARLE) offer online game scenarios for faculty participating in professional development at Saint Leo University. (Campus Technology)
Professor Christine Ortiz is stepping down from her post as dean for graduate education at MIT to found a new residential research university where project-based learning will be the cornerstone of the school’s educational model. (The Tech)
Both lawmakers and observers are doubtful that an overdue overhaul of federal education policy will be coming this election year. (Inside Higher Ed)
The best kinds of exam review sessions are the ones where students do the reviewing. Collaborating with classmates, study strategies, and crib sheets are among the ways to ensure effective reviews. (Faculty Focus)