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As business is upskilling and government seeks to modernize assistance for educational programs, universities that get to know the new chief influencers of corporate learning can build strategic relationships that yield greater collective success.
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.
Part of the University of Kentucky’s Smart Campus Initiative, it features a microbrewery, esports theater, an innovation hub and several retail shops.
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.
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.
Fontbonne University is offering first-year students a free chance to improve their first semester grades during an online winter break session.
Available to any higher education institution, they have helped identify how frequently testing needs to happen ... and helped Rensselaer manage its infection rates.
A new internship initiative between Texas A&M-Commerce and the George Floyd Foundation will provide further on social justice
The latest National Student Clearinghouse report shows steep declines among community colleges and in first-time students of color and men.
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