In: September 2019

What do campuses today want to talk about? Well, the same things everyone else does. Axios

Friendship, IBS and Transgender History: Three Innovative YA Graphic Novels | MindShift

Wang is pitch-perfect when it comes to complex relationship dynamics and the subtleties of growing up

Career Pathways: Navigating Job Changes of PhD Degree Holders

Title: Varying Degrees 2019: New America’s Third Annual Survey on Higher Education Source: New America Author:

Alexander blocks HBCU funding bill, proposes broader package of legislation

WASHINGTON — Efforts to renew more than $255 million in annual funding for minority-serving institutions appear to

How to Create Deeper Student Learning Experiences Through Authentic Questions | MindShift

This is especially true for adolescents whose developmental needs are centered around a need to discover

The State of Science and Engineering in Higher Education

Title: Higher Education in Science and Engineering Source: The National Science Board Authors: Josh Trapani and

The University of Idaho has fired a professor who admitted to methamphetamine use and who has

Why Content Knowledge is Crucial to Effective Critical Thinking | MindShift

Willingham wrote a paper, “How to Teach Critical Thinking,” in May 2019 for the Department of

Improving Postsecondary Access for Rural America

Title: Opportunity Lost: Net Price and Equity at Public Flagship Institutions Authors: Konrad Mugglestone, Kim Dancy,

Today on the Academic Minute, Jennifer Kinder, associate professor of kinesiology at Notre Dame de Namur