How Universities Are Positively Impacting Grades PreK-6 Through Social Emotional Learning

NUS @ASUGSVSummit: How Universities Are Positively Impacting Grades...

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How COVID is Helping Higher Ed Find Technology’s Goldilocks Scenario

By Dr. Gangaram Singh and Dr. Tyra Gross As published in Fierce Education Over the past twenty months, higher education faculty and students have gotten used to the ubiquitous nature of technology in learning. Now, colleges and universities begin the slow return to a new normal as they face a more complicated question of when …

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Hybrid skills are ascendant in the post-pandemic talent economy

We now face a tight labor market with fewer resources to pull from when it comes to human capital. As published in Chief Learning Officer In the United States right now, there are more than 10 million jobs for the fewer than 8.4 million workers who are unemployed, according to a September 2021 report from …

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Q&A with Dr. Thomas Stewart: How One Adult-Serving University Leader Tackles DE&I Through Lived Experience—and A Board Level Commitment

As published in Forbes Growing up as a young man in Washington, D.C., Tom Stewart was separated from his parents, spent time in foster care and joined the military to escape his troubled community. But military service and higher education helped him transcend the cycle of poverty and build a better life. Today, as a …

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National University Teacher Award Announces Top Inspiring Teachers Across Nation

Five regional awardees recognized in surprise Zoom announcement; receive $10,000 awards, full scholarship for Master’s in SEL at NU and are eligible for $50,000 national prize. SAN DIEGO—November 17, 2021—In recognition of inspirational teaching nationwide, the National University Teacher Award has identified the top inspiring teacher from five regions across the nation. The awards were …

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Improving Higher Education by Serving New Audiences

Q&A with Thomas Stewart, Vice Chancellor for Social Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, National University System As published in The evolllution As higher education begins to enter a new era, there are some changes that are needed to move forward. Adult learners are looking to institutions to help keep them relevant in the workforce, and …

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Christopher Bryan Named Interim President Of City University Of Seattle

Seattle, WA – September 29, 2021 – City University of Seattle, one of the largest private non-profit universities in the Pacific Northwest, is pleased to announce that Vice President of Finance and CFO Christopher Bryan has been named interim president of City University of Seattle, effective immediately. Bryan, who joined CityU in 2017, currently oversees …

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