May 01, 2017
The Student Caring Project seeks to educate students by understanding their strengths and challenges and by then helping them to make the most of their college educations. We seek to clarify expectations about the goals of higher education for both professors and students, and we provide practical tools for faculty, students, and students’ families that will increase student success.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/YgXuz
The Higher Education Technology Summit will provide a cost-free venue for educational technology managers to gather for a day of: product training with CTS RUs provided by quality-focused AV manufacturers including Biamp, Christie, FSR, and Quam peer-to-peer panel discussion focusing on the...
Smith College President Kathleen McCartney suggests higher ed institutions view these students' applications in the context of their experiences and provide support accordingly.
Students who hope to be the first in their families to attend college can struggle with the complex process of getting admitted. Some high schools provide college prep teachers and guidance counselors, who help students manage their psychological and administrative barriers to higher education.
Military and veteran student enrollment is on the rise. Our veteran students face unique challenges, as many are transitioning back in to a civilian life and entering an unfamiliar environment in higher education. This presentation focuses on unique teaching methods and strategies grounded in the...
Black and Hispanic high school graduates in Texas who immediately enroll in a four-year university are less likely than their white peers to graduate in six years - achievement gaps that have more to do with racial segregation, socioeconomic status and high school rigor than how universities spend...