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Weekly WiFi Wednesday Feed
Weekly posts about higher education, management, and living your values with purpose.
Inside Higher Ed News Feed
- Williams Tightens Rules for Students Jan. 19, 6:18 a.m. Williams College has tightened the rules for students who are coming to the campus for the spring semester, iBerkshires reported. They must provide proof of a recent, negative COVID-19 […]
- Andrew College, in Georgia, is starting a bachelor of science in elementary education. Concordia College, in New York, is adding a bachelor of science in new media communications and digital production. Coppin State University is starting a master's […]
- Imagine the first-generation students who end up at one of the top colleges in the country. They are largely from lower-income families and more likely to be minority students than the entire student body. They enter universities with […]
- Historically Black colleges and universities received much-needed debt relief from the federal government as part of the recent COVID-19 relief bill, a change leaders say allows them more financial freedom to invest in their futures. Congress passed a […]
- How your institution can emerge stronger post-pandemic.
- How to tell from the outside.
- Provocative, passionate, smart and wrong.
- Punish instead of helping those who need it most.
HigherEdJobs.com Career Advice & News Feed
- Over the past year, higher education institutions have experienced declining enrollment and budget deficits, and as a result, salaries have been cut, employees have lost jobs, colleges have closed their doors, and still others have merged. Much has changed and the road to recovery will be difficult. Robert […]
- Sekile M. Nzinga, author of "Lean Semesters: How Higher Education Reproduces Inequity," is one of HigherEdJobs 2021 Authors in Residence. She is kicking off her blog series with an inside look at her inspiration for the book. She says her motivation for completing it had little to do […]
- The FAFSA is being simplified through the omnibus spending bill that became law in December. Here, Robert Kelchen, an expert on higher education policy, explains what the simplification and other changes mean for students and families who must fill out to receive Pell Grants, student loans, and many […]
Harvard Business Review News Feed
- Her boss is white. Her staff are people of color. When racial tensions run high, one leader must learn how to manage both.
- A conversation with business expert Martin Lindstrom on how companies can rethink rules, norms, and processes.
- Can the mayor of Saint Paul, Minnesota, overhaul the city’s public safety framework amid budget shortfalls and national protests against police brutality?
Diverse – Issues in Higher Education News Feed
- KERRI-ANN M. SMITH has been named the Inaugural Faculty Fellow for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity at Queensborough Community College. Associate professor at the institution, Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in English […]
- ROWENA ORTIZ-WALTERS has been named dean of the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University. Previously dean of the School of Business and Economics at the State University of New […]
- KATHLEEN CORNELY has been appointed the Robert H. Walsh ’39 Endowed Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Providence College. It is the college’s first endowed chair in the sciences. A professor […]
- One of the most popular posts from 2020 has been a What I Find Interesting Wednesday (WiFi Wednesday) post, A Guide to Coded Language in Education Vol. 1. Originally, I found the […]
- If you’re anything like me then I run away from fear and the things that make me scared, and I think that’s quite common. Very rarely do I face my fears and […]
- If you’re having trouble finding your passion, you’re not alone. Many people aren’t sure what their passions are. We’ve got a couple things to help you out. Finding Your Passion — thejobwindow Finding […]