In: February 2020

Schools Are Embracing Mindfulness, But Practice Doesn't Always Make Perfect

“Mindfulness when delivered in a high-quality structured program can be beneficial for youth,” says Erica Sibinga,


Access and Equity Gaps in Educational and Job Training for Incarcerated Adults

Title: Equipping Individuals for Life Beyond Bars: The Promise of Higher Education & Job Training in


Caffeine: How Caffeine Created the Modern World Written and narrated by Michael Pollan. 2 hrs and


Five Apps Students Can Use To Make Podcasts

“I can spend time helping students develop their stories rather than explaining the app,” says Amanda


Effect of Age on Salary Among Tenure-Track Faculty

Title:  The Aging of Tenure-Track Faculty in Higher Education: Implications for Succession and Diversity Source: College


The aging U.S. population poses long-term social risks to the fiscal stability of states, according to


Why Making Time for Friends is Good for Your Health

What is most misunderstood about friendships? Very few people understand that your social relationships can actually


The authors of Going Alt-Ac: A Guide to Alternative Academic Careers,  Kathryn E. Linder, Kevin Kelly and Thomas J.


How Hands-On Projects Can Deepen Math Learning for Teens

On math worksheets, numbers are usually neat and tidy. In the real world, not so much.


Almost half of the states (23) now allow community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees to help