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A whistleblower can report illegal activity to the government and, under certain circumstances, share in the monetary recoveries the government obtains.
Dr. Eli Jones of Texas A&M’s Mays Business School and colleagues at The PhD Project are identifying and encouraging leaders of color to make a long-term impact through education.
Colleges and universities need to be daring enough to present themselves in ways that connect with actual students, according to a higher ed marketing strategist and an arts and communication dean.
Cost of tuition, safety protocols and the types of learning offered by higher ed institutions are affecting decisions made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, some respondents in the latest Anthology report note their dissatisfaction with communications, courses and campus environments during the pandemic.
Preparing campus employees to lead on issues of racial justice and equity is the goal of the newly formed Liberal Arts College Racial Equity Leadership Alliance.
Google will soon begin offering career certificates in three high-paying, high-growth career fields: Data analytics, project management, and user experience design.
An Executive MBA Council study shows that students want quicker, more flexible options in advancing their positions, while employers want partners that can deliver for them.
Advocates are hoping for action on free college, student loan debt forgiveness, freedom of speech and Title IX sexual assault regulations.
Not surprisingly, travel restrictions and other impacts of COVID reduced international student enrollment in U.S. colleges and universities by 16% in the fall 2020 semester.
Student coalition urges policymakers to create a competitive grant program to support emergency aid funds at colleges and universities.
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