05 mai 2019

Making the Most of External Reviews: Part 1

HomeKarlyn Crowley provides tips on hiring a reviewer, framing a self-study and designing the review process. More...

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Leading Change From the Middle

HomeJa'Wanda S. Grant provides advice for dealing with brick walls, passing the baton and surviving system crashes. More...

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On Being Flustered

HomeMarcos Gonsalez describes the challenges of imagining a different way of being in the classroom with students, especially marginalized ones. More...

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Creating Serendipity

HomeStephen J. Aguilar offers guidance for developing habits that will help you maximize the odds of being at the right place at the right time when it comes to your career. More...

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Our Unsung and Life-Changing Colleagues

HomeGovernors State University president Elaine Maimon pens an open thank-you letter to a transformative English composition instructor at a community college. More...

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Service With a Smell

HomeTeaching, research and service? David Galef highlights a university that has the latter down pat. More...

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Bringing the True Value of Higher Education to the Forefront

HomeTo rebuild trust and avoid mismatches in our admissions processes, each college must define its mission, vision and values -- and distinguish them in the eyes of prospective students, Elizabeth Paul argues. More...

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36% of college grads with student loans say the debt wasn’t worth it—here’s what experts say

Techno-News BlogAlmost half of young adults have student loan debt. And 36% of college graduates paying off student loans say now that taking on that debt wasn’t worth it, according to a new report by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave, which surveyed over 2,700 early adults (defined here as those ages 18 to 34). More...

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How new learning modes will shape the ‘future of work’

Techno-News BlogThe function and makeup of the workforce will change as industries adapt to new technology and processes, raising questions about how educational models are responding to deliver relevant training, explains a new white paper from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group. More...

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How You Can Tell If You Might Get Replaced By A Robot

Techno-News BlogMillions of today’s jobs are expected to be affected by artificial intelligence and automation as part of the “fourth industrial revolution.” But just which occupations are most at risk has been a guessing game among economists, futurists and scholars trying to predict winners and losers. More...

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