Thank you for visiting Leadership and Values in Action and reading through our list of higher education and management news blogs.

WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | WiFi Wednesday

Weekly WiFi Wednesday Feed

Weekly posts about higher education, management, and living your values with purpose.

WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | Inside Higher Ed News Feed

Inside Higher Ed News Feed

  • Image: One in five undergraduates uses peer counseling for mental health support, according to a new survey of more than 2,000 U.S. college students. Two-thirds say they have faced a mental health challenge in the past year. The survey, […]
  • Image: Students at historically Black colleges and universities experience high rates of food and housing insecurity, according to a new report released by the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice. The report is the first from the center […]
  • Image: The Biden administration announced a series of administrative actions aimed at attracting and retaining international students and researchers in STEM fields on Friday. These actions include identifying 22 new fields of study eligible for the STEM optional practical […]
  • Image: A federal judge granted, in part, a preliminary injunction against the University of Florida Friday in a high-profile academic freedom case. All the plaintiffs are professors. Most accused the university of using its conflict-of-interest policy to block them […]
WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | Inside Higher Ed Blog Feed

Inside Higher Ed Blogs

WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | HigherEdJobs.com Career Advice and News Feed

HigherEdJobs.com Career Advice & News Feed

  • One way to increase productive conflict, and prevent groupthink, is by creating a diverse workplace. Having people from various backgrounds, whether that's race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status, increases the diversity of thought and perspectives within organizational groups. Justin Zackal highlights how to achieve productive conflict […]
  • Higher education leaders should help those they lead state the purpose of their work more often and in their own words in faculty trainings, in-service days, interviews, or even in faculty meetings. If leaders are not careful to nurture the motivation of their faculty and staff, they may […]
  • Is it time for the academy to rethink its rules and reward systems? Current reward systems focus on the narrow success metric of impactful research accepted for publication in particular A-list journals. Andrew Hoffman, author of "The Engaged Scholar" argues it's time to create more community-centered scholars working […]
WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | Harvard Business Review News Feed

Harvard Business Review News Feed

WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | Diverse Issues in Higher Education News Feed

Diverse – Issues in Higher Education News Feed

RSS Error: https://diverseeducation.com/feed is invalid XML, likely due to invalid characters. XML error: Invalid character at line 22, column 27
WIFI Wednesday & Higher Education News and Blogs | Stop and Check Out This Repost

Join the Mailing List

Processing…
Success! You're on the list.