Academic Leadership

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A Bachelor’s Degree In Three Years

For many, entrance to college, once a near-guaranteed ticket to upward social mobility and elite career opportunities, has become a pathway to prolonged financial distress.

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Colleges Take New Approach To Anticipating—And Meeting—Workforce Needs

A handful of colleges think they’ve found the secret to closing the gap between the types of graduates they’re turning out and the types employers say they need. Spiders.

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Aligning Higher Education Outcomes With Job Availability

For all their differences, both President Obama and Republican Senator Marco Rubio agreed on one thing Tuesday night: the growth of the middle class and economic recovery in this country are intrinsically linked, and higher education and job training offer the keys to the middle class.

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Community College Regional Manager – Zane State

Franklin University

Columbus, Ohio

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Community College Professor Partners on Campus Bullying Research

New research on bullying at work on campus was conducted by Leah P. Hollis, president and lead consultant at diversity training and consulting group Patricia Berkly LLC with help from Clara Wajngurt, a professor of mathematics and computer science at Queensborough Community College, City University of New York.

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Moody's Is Right, and Wrong About Higher Education

This January, Moody's Investors Service issued a negative outlook for the nation's colleges and universities for the fifth straight year.

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Students Are Fleeing Liberal Arts - How It Could Hurt the U.S.

If there’s one thing liberal arts colleges offer, it’s critical thinking.

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Only Radical Thinking Will Make University Education Affordable

The cost of getting a college degree is no longer affordable to most young people and more Universities are looking at blended learning as one possible solution.

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Bucknell Gets $10 Million Gift Despite SAT Scandal

A central Pennsylvania college that recently acknowledged inflating students' SAT scores has received a $10 million gift.

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A Degree from Where? Why Your College Could Go Bankrupt

As the higher education system in the U.S. faces rising costs and reduced state funding, many are asking what will colleges of the future look like?

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