There’s always room for liberal arts ‘soft skills’ in a changing world
By not letting our students wander through the academic disciplines, we may be doing them a disservice. We may be depriving them of opportunities to see the world in multiple ways and to value the perspectives of other disciplines and cultures, says guest columnist Ned Ladd, a professor of physics and astronomy at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
First-generation students: Retention and intervention
First-generation students face internal and external pressures, structural barriers, and resource constraints that impact their ability to attend and succeed in higher education. This includes academic and social preparation, and familial, financial, and psychological pressures.
3 steps to reduce your Title IV false claims risk
Federal grants and loans provided under Title IV programs are especially susceptible to FCA violations because of the extensive requirements that attach to these funds. You can reduce your institution’s Title IV FCA risk by adhering to simple guidelines.