Here’s how higher ed institutions across the nation can help students navigate the next wave of the COVID pandemic, according to leaders at William James College in Massachusetts, which has its roots in psychology.
The pandemic’s economic impact has threatened small, private, liberal arts, tuition and discount-dependent colleges. But it may also provide an opportunity to reinvent and transform institutions into more sustainable higher learning enterprises.
STEAM learning communities produce graduates with resilience, resourcefulness and ingenuity–and the kind of entrepreneurial spirit and disruptive thinking that drives design career success in the 21st century, says UB Future Shock columnist James E. Samels.
Future Shock columnist James E. Samels looks at a university whose core values—academic achievement, sportsmanship, fair play, and teamwork—form the adhesive that bonds intercollegiate baseball teammates and the momentum that propels them to new heights.
As 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, James E. Samels, of The Education Alliance and the law firm Samels Associates, discusses how the life of Winston Churchill reminds us that vision and courage can triumph over seemingly impossible odds. He recently visited Westminster College in Missouri, the home of the National Churchill Museum.