30 septembre 2018

Higher ed support for at-risk students

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Colleges are providing at-risk students—including those with children or those who are homeless or in foster care—with more than just higher ed access and employment, they are providing training that makes a long-term difference. More...

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Grant allows college to purchase cutting-edge technology

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College of Coastal Georgia is the proud owner of a new piece of technology that will significantly change the research opportunities for students on campus. More...

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UC San Diego first campus to offer Aira's technology to assist blind, low vision students

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Inspired by a close friend who lost his sight, UC San Diego alumnus Suman Kanuganti built technology that taps cameras on smartphones and smart glasses to help vision impaired people navigate their way through unfamiliar places. More...

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Be a presenter at UBTech 2019

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Share your experience and expertise with hundreds of attendees from across the nation at UBTech 2019, June 10-12 in Orlando. More...

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College admission deans tell students #WhyApply

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Why apply to college? Ideally, it is a question that every high school student will ask, but the reality is much different. For some, attending college is a foregone conclusion—their parents went to college, they have been in a college preparatory curriculum, their friends and neighbors are going to college, the financial resources are available—it is just what is expected. More...

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Stanford to remove Junipero Serra name from buildings, mall

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Stanford University announced plans Thursday to remove Fr. Junipero Serra’s name from two buildings and a key mall on campus, but will retain the name of the founder of the California mission system on other campus features. More...

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The impact of disruptive technologies on accounting and auditing education

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The rapid pace of technological change continues to disrupt traditional procedures in all spheres, including the accounting profession. The authors examine the potential effects that disruptive technologies will have on both the profession at large and accounting education specifically. More...

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Forcing N.J. universities to come clean on all their hidden fees

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College costs can be formidable, and families often get sticker shock when they realize they haven’t accounted for the many fees a school can apply. With technology, labs, books, parking, health insurance and other fees, the price of extras can reach as high as an additional $3,000. More...

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How 50 years of Latino studies shaped history education

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When Dolores Huerta took the stage at California State University at Los Angeles to address a room of more than 600 people at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies department on Thursday, she began with a reflection. More...

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Wheaton College (Mass.), panOpen partner

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Wheaton College and panOpen, a learning platform that supports institutional use of Open Educational Resources (OER), announced a partnership today to provide Wheaton faculty and students with the tools and support to use OER in the classroom successfully. More...

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