As part of an ongoing series, Inside Higher Ed recently released the 2012 Inside Higher Ed Survey of College and University Presidents. The survey contains responses to the key challenges, strategies, technology, politics, and athletic scandals facing college presidents today, and even includes a “what we do well” section. The invitation to respond was sent [...]
These colleges with excellent LGBT communities might prove ideal for anyone who wants an open, embracing environment.
Before griping about that mandatory foreign language course, take a look at some of the most excellent things that could happen after mastering one.
My previous post dealt with the important ways writing and your career can intersect to help you make more money. If more job opportunities and more money is not enough to convince you to take additional writing courses beyond the one or two required, here are some more examples to show you the value of [...]
• Complete a degree in four years or the remaining tuition is paid by your university? That’s what at least one school is promising. Read more from Associated Press reporter Carolyn Thompson in today’s Republic. • C. L. Max Nikias & William G. Tierney provide excellent commentary in today’s Education Week including three solutions on [...]