Some higher education institutions have introduced the next generation of mentoring practices to expand development opportunities to more of their employees, integrate the these initiatives into existing programs, and offer reverse and lateral learning across campus.
Badges have not just motivated students to take a deeper look at the skills they’ve earned. Several institutions also issue badges for professional development.
Diplomas—those venerable printed documents that lack hotlinks and interactivity features—have lost some of their luster.
Here are four questions facilities administrators as well as other campus officials should be asking to lower the risk of a hazardous materials tragedy.
Legislators, parents and students are not the only ones asking questions about the cost and quality of higher education.