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Pitt’s School of Education’s Department-Wide Book Club Discusses Racial Inequity in Education

by | March 22, 2020 At the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt), the School of Education has adopted a mission-vision of Read more

Left Out? Can the Completion Movement Reach Students with Intellectual Disabilities 

by Debra Hart and Ann Werbach | February 3, 2020
Discouraged by data showing that nearly 42 percent of college students failed to earn degrees w [...] Read more

Policy Brief Highlights Need for Higher Education Institutions to Create Systematic Changes Within Teaching

by | December 19, 2019
A new report by the Aurora Institute, previously known as iNACOL, details the need for higher e [...] Read more

Five Clarkson University Professors Receive $1 Million Grant to Address Shortage of STEM Teachers in High-Need Schools

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The National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teach Scholarship Program granted $1 million to fi [...] Read more

Ole Miss Senior Becomes School’s First African American Female Rhodes Scholar

by | November 25, 2019
Arielle Hudson, a University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) senior, became the first African-America [...] Read more

California Lutheran University President to Step Down

by | October 16, 2019
California Lutheran University President Dr. Chris Kimball announced on Tuesday that he will st [...] Read more

Morgan State Leads HBCUs in Fulbright Scholars, Adds Three

by | August 13, 2019
With three more graduates awarded Fulbright Scholarships, Morgan State University is noting tha [...] Read more

Some Thoughts on Finals, I.M. Pei and Asian American Pacific Islander History Month

by | May 19, 2019
And now to the hardest part of being an adjunct lecturer. Final papers. Final exams. Grading. B [...] Read more

Survey Explores Faculty Behaviors, Perceptions in Teaching, Research and Publishing Practices

by | April 12, 2019
Faculty attitudes are beginning to shift around the use of open educational resources (OER), sc [...] Read more

Can Female Academics Say “No” Both Professionally and Elegantly to Excessive Work Demands? Yes, But You Might Have to Call a Friend

by Angela Mae Kupenda | October 8, 2018
Whether one’s academic supervisor is a White man or woman, or a person of color, the ability [...] Read more

Learning from ‘Absentee’ Mentors

by | September 26, 2018
Dr. Vanessa Siddle Walker began her trajectory into education believing she wanted to be a jour [...] Read more

Getting to the Other Side: Surviving the Ph.D.

by Asia Ferrin | August 27, 2018
I recently finished my first year in a tenure-track position at American University in Washingt [...] Read more

Vinson Named Chairman of National Humanities Center

by | August 20, 2018
The National Humanities Center has announced the appointment of its new board chairman, Dr. B [...] Read more