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Dr. Emily C Galdeano Feb 16
Reality of our current students: * 37% age 25+ * 46% First Gen college * 24% have children * 42% students of color * 64% work (40% work FT) * 36% have food insecurities * 31% below Fed Poverty Guidelines * 9% were homeless
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Alec Calac 1m
Hard to describe the feeling today when I was selected as a recipient of the 2018-2019 Community Changemaker Grant. are our future, and I am thrilled that they will be coming to to learn about & the importance of .
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Rita Cheng Feb 18
It is my pleasure to be at the Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Committee to talk about the critical intersections of and Arizona’s economy and workforce, and highlight NAU’s efforts related to these important issues.
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Copyright Licensing Agency Feb 19
Read today's blog written by from , where she shares her response to :
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AICE: International Feb 15
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Reyna Montoya 1h
“Opportunity should not be dictated by the place where you were born or where your parents were born.” -Vince from Thank you for believing in me & investing in undocumented students when no one else did. Without you, I would have not achieved my dream of
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Reyna Montoya 40m
35% of high schools in Arizona send 0% students to This is why we need solutions like SB1217 Thank you + Sen Navarrete for making the first step to ensure all AZ high school graduates have a pathway fwd for Higher Ed! Let’s close the attainment gap!
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Jesse Stommel Feb 20
I’ve long thought that institutions should hire entire teams as often as they hire individuals. Groups of people who apply together, are promoted together, share labor in ways that encourage an ebb and flow of “busyness” for each member of the team, etc.
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Kim Landsbergen 17h
Every person who actually does represent diversity in will read this headline with an exhausted lack of surprise
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HE Feb 19
More than a year after the Office for Students was established, England’s higher education regulator is still trying to fill almost 100 vacancies—with short-term contract staff currently covering some positions. Full story:
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Sonia Lopez 22m
Interested in joining the field? Come to Job Fair on March 9!!!!
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Dominic Slauson 40m
Another milestone achieved, but we're just getting started! Thank you to for providing me guidance in bringing quality instruction to online learners.
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Clay Hensley Feb 20
For outreach professionals: is pleased to announce dates & details for our 2019 Higher Education on (which includes a vibrant ), Wed, Jun 26 - Thur, Jun 27. Register here:
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Andy Singh 2h
Day-3 In had very interesting line up of speakers & discussions on how r shaping the .Special thanks to entire for bringing together industry leaders & facilitating discussions to build Student Experience strategy.
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University of South Carolina 8h
A year ago today, we proudly unveiled a statue of Richard T. Greener, a pioneer in and 's first African-American professor. Next time you're on campus, take a walk by the Thomas Cooper Library and visit him where he stands. Learn more:
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Karina G. Paredes 24h
Exciting to hear student leaders, state legislators, & CCCO speak about the urgency to Huge shoutout to each systemwide student association for leading this effort & unifying behind this issue. The time to repair this broken system is now.
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Adam Sanford 59m
Don’t worry so much about citation styles - make it simple HERE
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Trellis Company Feb 15
Leaders in business and Higher Ed share a number of similarities. Here are four characteristics of successful leaders that should apply to higher ed leadership: via
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K12Prospects 1h
Moving K-12 decision-makers through a planned customer journey from engage to subscribe stage.
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Thomas Basbøll Feb 19
Concept for a new kind of university: students are treated like adults from day one and failure is normal.
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