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Know the signs of opioid overdose

June, 2018

In his trainings with students, faculty and staff, Detective Sgt. Robert McEvoy, of the Bridgewater State University Police in Massachusetts, details the following signs of an opioid overdose.

These signs are:


Link to main story: Colleges train to reverse opioid overdoses


Colleges train to reverse opioid overdoses

June, 2018
SAVE A LIFE—Bridgewater State Police Chief David Tillinghast kicked off the university’s Narcan program, which provides training on use of the overdose-reversal drug. It is stored in 50 public places across campus.

Training is underway at colleges and universities to teach more people how to administer the drug that reverses opioid overdoses.

Free speech and inclusion can coexist in higher ed

May, 2018
DIVERSE DISPLAY—Students from the University of Missouri’s international student council celebrate International Day with a flag parade on campus.

Inclusion and diversity don’t have to clash with free speech on campus. Though recent surveys have suggested a growing conflict, higher ed experts and educators say the concepts can only thrive in unison.

College admission on the spot

May, 2018
ADMISSION, ACCELERATED—During Immediate Decision events at Bard College, prospective students participate in a group seminar and can tour campus with current students. The days are held on Fridays and Saturdays and also include an admissions interview. Students learn on Monday if they have been accepted.

Here, colleges and universities that haven’t yet organized an instant decision day can find answers to four key questions about strategy and logistics.

Shared governance builds stronger colleges

May, 2018
Former Lyon College president Brian C. Mitchell co-wrote "How to Run a College" with current university President W. Joseph King.

Lyon College President W. Joseph King and former university president Brian C. Mitchell have written a practical guide for new and veteran leaders, How to Run a College.

Sponsored Content

6/27/2018

The demographics of today’s higher ed learners are shifting dramatically. Those once considered nontraditional learners—adults looking to change career paths, workers returning to school for certifications or students requiring flexible learning paths—have become the norm.

How must institutions respond to these changing demographics to meet the evolving demands of these “new traditional” students? How can institutions use technology and data to drive student success and support continuous improvement in this changing environment?

5/25/2018

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5/14/2018

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5/10/2018

Predictive analytics can serve as the foundation of student success efforts. By drawing together data from disparate campus sources and systems, predictive analytics software can enable institutional leaders to predict the likelihood of student attrition, identify at-risk students, and match them with the right resources that can help them succeed.

5/2/2018

Today’s students have expectations that their courses provide flexible, easy-to-access video content and blended learning environments, but implementing video such as lecture capture platforms at scale across campus—and in a way that drives student success—can be challenging.