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The Bottom Line Not the Answer in College Choice

The Atlantic recently published an article titled “These U.S. Colleges and Majors are a Big Waste of Money.” We noticed the article being posted on Facebook and shared on Twitter at a fairly rapid pace. Unfortunately, neither the article’s authors nor those sharing the article provided any context and this resulted in yet another negative […]

In this issue, Diverse takes a closer look at the prevalence and ever-changing nature of social media at higher education institutions. Diverse also profiles Professor Kari Frisch of Central Lakes College, a national leader in online education.

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Tenure-track appointment at the Instructor level requires a Master’s degree and field experience. Such candidates must work towards a terminal degree.

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Wendi Mays has joined the Diverse team as the Digital & Webinar Business Development Manager. She has worked in marketing management for over 16 years, specializing in managing and producing webinars for the last 6 years. Wendi currently resides in Fairfax, Virginia.

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The reading specialist who questioned the literacy level of athletes who were admitted to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill says she’s resigning at the end of the semester.

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The government is offering a modest dose of good news for graduating seniors: The job market is brightening for new grads — a bit.

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Dr. Jimmy Kirby, a tenured professor who was fired from Lexington Theological Seminary in 2009, can proceed with a lawsuit against his former employer.

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Marcos Galizia has become the newest member of the Diverse team. He is the Junior Web Developer for Cox, Matthews, & Associates. He has been working as a freelance web designer for over five years and is a skilled computer operator with experience in managing data and reporting through the use of MS Excel software. […]

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The odds have long been stacked against students like those in Edward Ennels’ remedial math classes at Baltimore City Community College.

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Universities don’t have to solve the social and practical problems of the day, but should rather focus on equipping students with the critical and analytical thinking skills that will enable them to do these things themselves.

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