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College Teaching During the COVID-19 Outbreak

by | April 30, 2020 As COVID-19 has spread across the United States, various sectors of American life have had to t Read more

Webinar Discusses How Institutions Are Supporting Latinx Students During The Pandemic

by | April 29, 2020
Since its establishment 15 years ago, Excelencia in Education has looked at how colleges and un [...] Read more

The Biggest Takeaways About My Students Amid COVID-19 Transition

by Charlita Woodruff-White | April 27, 2020
Often the focus is to hear about what students have learned from their professors in their clas [...] Read more

Uncharted Waters: The Top 5 Tips for Transitioning to Remote Learning

by Heather Russell | March 26, 2020
This week may mark your first time remote teaching. Maybe your institution remains on spring br [...] Read more

The President’s Diversity Values Stink 

by | March 24, 2020
While there is no vaccine for COVID-19 we do have a vaccine for the ignorance of xenophobia. It [...] Read more

Community Colleges Prepare for Coronavirus, Distance Learning

by | March 15, 2020
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) declared a pandemic Wednesday by the World Health Organization [...] Read more

Edward Waters College to Offer First Online Degree Program

by | April 25, 2019
Edward Waters College (EWC) is on track to launch a new online degree in business administratio [...] Read more

Mitchell: U.S. College System Underperforming

by Catherine Morris | May 2, 2016
The United States has some of the best colleges and universities in the world but is underperfo [...] Read more

ROBERTA DIAZ BRINTON

| April 20, 2016
ROBERTA DIAZ BRINTON has been appointed director of the UA Center for Innovation in Brain Scien [...] Read more

CTE Students in Arkansas Found to Have Edge

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 14, 2016
A study shows that students who took more career and technical education courses were slightly [...] Read more

DAVID KANG

| April 4, 2016
DAVID KANG has been appointed vice chancellor for infrastructure and safety at the University o [...] Read more

Study: Higher Ed Would Pay Steep Price for Unionized Adjuncts

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 31, 2016
As adjuncts throughout the nation continue to organize themselves into collective bargaining un [...] Read more

Group Calls Remedial Education ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

by Catherine Morris | March 29, 2016
Complete College America, dedicated to improving graduation rates nationally, has dubbed remedi [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities?

by Matthew Lynch | February 18, 2016
Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities? [...] Read more

Dr. Nina Mahmoudian: A ‘Pioneer’ in Underwater Robotics

by Catherine Morris | February 9, 2016
Dr. Nina Mahmoudian—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—has applied her knowledge about flight [...] Read more
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