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John Plunkett Mar 10
“We support our students, not sort our students.” Congratulations to Judy Genshaft
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Strada Education Network Mar 12
"When you start out underemployed in your first job out of college, you are 5X more likely to remain underemployed 5 years out. It can be a if we don't help students understand how to connect their skills to jobs,"
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Chris Mayer Mar 12
Innovations such as problem-based learning, experiential learning, and preparing students to transfer skills and knowledge need to be scaled across higher ed. Via
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Stephen Weller Mar 11
Sentz, Emsi: “Higher Education is a massive engine for economic prosperity and sustaining economic competitiveness”
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John Buckwalter Mar 12
Terry Hartle- There is a general lack of understanding by the public of what universities do, for example most people overestimate the costs, underestimate the amount of financial aid and they think colleges are all profit making institutions
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Watermark Mar 11
.: “I wanted to tell a story about education that showed education isn’t just about making money. It’s about making a life and a person.”
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Lorelle Espinosa Mar 10
Breaking down the unique needs of students of color, international students, & LGBTQ students when it comes to Mental Health and Well-being on campus
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Raymond Crossman Mar 10
Harvard President Bacow: “When we look around the world, it seems a mess” Council on Foreign Relations President Hass: “I prefer disarray”
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Audrey Hamilton Mar 9
“Let this be the year of the woman in higher ed!” - Shelly Storbeck at the Women’s Leadership Dinner.
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Mary Churchill Mar 11
So much fun being on the Panel at ⁦with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Thank you ⁩ for organizing and looking forward to next year!
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Amber Briggs Mar 11
. reinforced an important point from earlier today— “the privilege of having money is not having to think about it.” What a phenomenal panel discussion with
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Tina McCoy Mar 11
“What kind of college provides you dinner and lets you bring your kids to class?” innovative approach for low-income working adults to achieve success. Very impressive!
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Amber Briggs Mar 10
When talking about his experience as a rural student Casey made a GREAT point. If you want to know how to better serve students: ASK THEM!
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Jeff Selingo Mar 11
Let’s not kid ourselves that just because we’re teaching the humanities courses that we’re teaching higher order skills, says Marni Baker-Stein, provost at
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Mr. Anderson Mar 11
"White people might think that fond regard and/or intimate relationships w/ frees us fom our biases & all the racial conditioning we've received. It does not. Nothing exempts anyone from constantly examining their bias." —Robin DiAngelo,
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Caroline Hendrie Mar 11
College prices have grown too fast for family earnings to keep up over the past quarter century, notes ⁦⁩ at ⁦⁩ session at
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David Lindsay Mar 10
Richard Haass, President Council on Foreign Relations, in dialogue with Harvard President Lawrence Bacow discussing role of Postsecondary education and global relations.
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Audrey Hamilton Mar 11
Really excited to meet and hear from today at ! Her book, Educated was extremely moving, insightful and heart wrenching. Kudos to my boss Ted Mitchell for encouraging her to speak to leaders.
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OHIO President's Office Mar 10
I am enjoying Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Lawrence Bacow, President of Harvard, discuss universities and global engagement at the university presidents meeting of in Philadelphia. — MDN
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Kara Freeman Lee Mar 11
Mark P. Becker, Georgia State University president, accepts The Theodore M. Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence at
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