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Bree Gorman Aug 4
"In other words, each year, women scientists have a 19.5% higher risk to leave academia than male scientists, giving male authors a major cumulative advantage over time." This is a must read.
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Digital Media Solutions Aug 11
As students head back — or back online — to college this fall, higher education institutions need to be thinking proactively about strategies to boost enrollments moving forward.
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A/Prof Ronika K. Power 17h
Times are tough in & none are doing it tougher than current students & recent grads. HUGE shout out to all students & alums for their courage, trust, resilience & generosity - & for baking this ol’ teacher a skull cake after a difficult week 🙏🏼😍💀
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Molly Willmott 17h
Our statement on today's announcement that students will lose taxpayer support upon poor performance in their study. This is an abhorrent attack on students that incentivizes success through fear. Read more below
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Allegheny Admissions Aug 11
Featured in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2021” Allegheny is described as a place “with a rich history of academic excellence." For information on how to apply to Allegheny, check out our website:
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Alvena Paul Aug 11
Today I learned that the educational facility of where I’m employed at is planning to start on-campus classes for all of its students on 8/31. .Scared.
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UniversitySystemofGA Aug 11
Despite facing unprecedented challenges from the pandemic, University System of Georgia students this year were awarded a record 70,879 degrees – the most in the system’s 89-year history. More here:
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KML Occupational Health 14m
KML OH can help, no matter what industry you work in industry you are in
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Education News Aug 12
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SAP for Higher Ed Aug 12
Listen to The Experience Revolution podcast to hear how your business can get ahead & thrive in the digital economy by offering outstanding CX across all possible touchpoints 👏
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Tower Education Technologies 2h
What’s next for Tower Education Technologies? Giving power to institutions as well as their students.
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SAP for Higher Ed Aug 11
Bringing the world of programming to students: Find out how coding prepares young people with critical thinking skills needed for an increasingly tech-oriented world 💻
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UoPeople Aug 7
has ripped through around the world. At we pride ourselves on our ability to continue as an without any disruption. The Deadline to Save Your Spot for next Term is Thursday, August 13th:
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Dion Fawcett 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 10
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New OhioLINK ETDs Aug 12
Rager, Lexi; The Impact of COVID-19 on Recruitment, Enrollment,... -19pandemic
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Continental Institute for International Studies 2h
Due to the pandemic, students have no choice but to attend online classes from home. But with CIIS you get to save 60% of your tuition fee and attend face to face classes with the same level of Canadian education. Apply now! Contact us at 9914464197
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Louise Hargreaves 21h
The impact of COVID-19 on Australian and overseas students—what do the numbers say?
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Linda Bauld Aug 11
Not many University Principals/Vice-Chancellors can communicate rapidly via social media, but we need more of them to do so. Here's one who does- VC of the largest University in Scotland. I'm sure others in would agree.
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Shantalea Johns Ed.D, LMSW 19h
You Never Know Who You're Influencing - even remotely
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PMI 22h
Knowledge has become democratized through cheaper and increased access to and . On Ep. 9 of , Larry Prusak discusses the benefits and challenges of democratized knowledge
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