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College Success For Veterans

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Data from veterans who used education benefits from the post 9/11 GI Bill seem to graduate with rates comparable to their non-veteran peers. 127 more words

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"College (Un)Bound – The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students" by Jeffrey Selingo, Editor at Large, "Chronicle of Higher Education"

This recent book (2013) contained many familiar themes, because when the Chronicle of Higher Education speaks, my colleagues listen, and they often circulate articles with added comments. 368 more words

A Pitch for the Future of Higher Ed: Ditch the Classroom

What if “classrooms” were more like work spaces, with individual desks replacing lecture halls?


Mainstreaming the PhD, Part 1

Time was conversations about what to do with a PhD in a bad job market ended in expressions of shame, heartbreak, guilt, or rage. But lately, that conversation has been (happily) interrupted by bright pockets of… 798 more words


Building a Better Future

Following Marc Bousquet’s “The Moral Panic in Literary Studies” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, I worry about rushing too quickly to sound the death knell on literacy studies. 541 more words

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Note Taking

Some food for thought for all of you who drag your laptop to class every day…

Taking Notes by Hand Benefits Recall, Researchers Find


University Provides Landing Pad For Helicopter Parents

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Helicopter parents, a somewhat new PHRASE in our lexicon – those moms and dads who are deeply involved with their college kids – are often laughed at and considered a nuisance. 133 more words

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