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UTRGV Sep 16
We strive to be the best educational value in the state of ... the highest quality at the best cost. -Dr. Bailey Starting Fall 2020: will completely cover and mandatory fees for students with a family adjusted gross income of $75,000 or less.
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Karen Costa Sep 16
I think we need to remember that for many of our students, the question we're answering when we give feedback isn't "How did I do on this assignment?" but rather "Do I belong here?"
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Merrill Lynch Sep 12
has historically paid off—but is that changing? The panelists in our latest explore the finances (and value) of :
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Dr. Mordecai I. Brownlee 3h
Good morning, educators! No matter how challenging the task, no matter how difficult the journey, persistence and consistency WILL win! Keep going!
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Karen Costa Sep 16
Hey : if something makes you mad, sad, happy, or confused, maybe write about it. I put together a list of publications accepting submissions *all paid, to my knowledge.
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Carthage College 21h
Today, we’ve announced a 30% reduction in tuition, bringing much needed transparency to the cost of for our students and families. Learn more at .
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Kim Hellemans Sep 11
One of my students called me their “least stressful professor.” Does less stressful = easy? Nope. It means I teach challenging material but provide adequate support. Our students are facing many stressors; I’m glad I am not one of them.
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Dr. Shoshanah Jacobs Sep 16
help! Every semester I tell my students about the taking notes with laptops research. There's a lot I conclude by proposing that we create a small laptop-free seating zone in class Today a student accused me of persecuting students w disabilities How? Feeling shitty
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Dr Lucy Mercer-Mapstone Sep 15
It's becoming a real thing! Here's the cover for the book I have edited with on in ! It will be published in Jan 2020 by (online open access & print on demand) w/ chapters from 51 students & staff/faculty from 5 countries! 1/
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Mɪʟᴏꜱ Pᴏᴘᴏᴠɪᴄ Sep 17
My latest map shows % of people with tertiary education by Euro regions using fresh Eurostat data
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Mellon Foundation Sep 9
As American colleges become increasingly racially and ethnically diverse, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship works to improve representation among the professoriate. Watch and learn more:
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Chuck Hodges Sep 16
When will it (or will it ever) become common practice to hire full-time *remote* tenure-track faculty at public U.S. higher education institutions?
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Arnold Ventures Sep 17
We’re excited to announce a milestone $3.9 million investment to improve outcomes. Through 9 grants, researchers will study the impact of student services on graduation rates and identify exceptional programs.
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Dr. Monica Rivera Mindt Sep 11
's searing piece on highlights that for many (including me), classes weren’t the hard part. The unique economic & familial demands make the struggle very real & can do MUCH better. .
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Kona Jones 16h
Just got this feedback from one of my online stats students. THIS is why I teach and why I also advocate so strongly for humanizing your teaching.
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Annie Tulkin Sep 16
I'm super excited to share this interview I did with , author of "Struggling with Serendipity". My questions focused the college transition process for her & her daughter who has a spinal cord injury & attended .
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Alison Barnes 10h
Sydney Uni management should not be cutting deals with that threaten the University’s independence and reputation. If Sydney Uni is short of money Michael Spence should consider cutting his own excessive salary.
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Dr. Mordecai I. Brownlee Sep 16
This week on “Leadership in Education” let’s talking about the importance of making your health a priority. Your family, loved ones, and students are depending on you.
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Shaindel *I LOVE* Beers 16h
This quarter, I'm going to try to make ALL due dates for my classes Sunday at midnight as the official end of the week to accommodate students with full plates. Just a thought.
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Academica INDG Top10 9m
Sioux Valley, BSD partnership gives students chance to build skills, share culture
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