It can sometimes be tough to keep up with everything going on in Higher Education. Thankfully, we’ve collected Higher Ed news articles from some of the best sources around so that you never miss a beat. Here, you can stay up to date and find all of the Higher Ed news you’re looking for!
WASHINGTON— Former Vice President Joe Biden was among the handful of political leaders — and potential 2020 presidential candidates — who traversed the nation on Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Former Vice President Joe Biden Biden, who is thought to be mulling over a presidential run, said that it was no coincidence that King spent the final days of his life rallying
JPMorgan Chase has announced that it will continue it’s over five decade’s long relationship with The Ohio State University (OSU) with a $2.5 million investment in two Ohio State programs that support academic success for students of color. “The Ohio State University is one of the largest sources of talent for our firm, not just here in Columbus, but around the world,” Corrine Burger, Columbus location leader and chief control
Bennett College has received a $31,000 donation from Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the country’s oldest African-American fraternity, to support its journey of raising at least $5 million by Feb. 1. In addition to the donation, “Alpha men around the world are going to make contributions” to the college, said Dr. Everett B. Ward, the president of the Fraternity, who handed the gift to Bennett president Dr. Phyllis Worthy Dawkins last week. In
Are you creative? How would you know, or convince your boss? According to a new LinkedIn analysis of member profiles, creativity tops the chart of soft skills that employers are looking for.A skill is loosely defined as the ability to do something well. The word traces back to Old Norse for “power of discernment.” In the early 13th century, the word was also used to describe one’s “sense of ability,
3 questions on #highered analytics to Alan Etkin, Senior Analyst – British Columbia Institute of Technology
Alan Etkin, Senior Analyst – British Columbia Institute of Technology, is one of the 12 presenters of the 2019 Higher Ed Analytics Conference. In this 3-question interview, Alan shares with us thoughts on what’s next for higher ed analytics in 2019, advice to get more strategic with measurement and tips to make analytics reports more efficient 1) What will make a big difference for higher ed analytics and
Clara immediately stood out as a different sort of high school student—and yet, she was a type of different I have started to spot more and more.When I first encountered Clara, she was applying to the feminist pre-college program I direct at Tulane University called Newcomb Summer Session. Her application essay opened with an anecdote from her sophomore English class: She noticed that every author on the class reading list
We all have our heroes. Those human beings that seem larger than life and almost achieve Godlike status. One of my heroes is the late-great Nelson Mandela, who was affectionally nicknamed “Madiba.” His life serves as a testament to the impact that one determined person can have on the course of history. In this blog, I want to share 21 inspirational quotes that Nelson Mandela made about education with you.
I have a son that is 2 years old and he is my pride and joy. I had a great father, and the dream of every father is that his son will be a better version of himself. Lately, I have been thinking about all of things that I want to teach my son, and all of the important life lessons that I want to give him. Believe you me,
Tue, 01/22/2019People WatchGeorgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson’s announcement Monday that he plans to retire this year gives potential job seekers another option for anyone, who’s qualified of course, interested in leading a college in Georgia. Here’s a breakdown of some of the current and impending openings:
Wed, 01/23/2019Top NewsFacebook has launched German initiatives to defend election integrity and examine the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI), its operations chief said on Sunday, seeking to convince skeptics it is serious about privacy and democracy. The world’s largest social network had a tough 2018 as it was buffeted by revelations that UK consultancy Cambridge Analytica had improperly acquired data on millions of its U.S. users to target election advertising.
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