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Higher Education and World Politics

Isaac Kamola

In recent decades the world has witnessed massive expansion of higher education. The total number of universities is continuing to expand, as is the total percentage of the world’s population receiving college degrees. 931 more words

Global Governance Of Knowledge

Downfall of the American Dominance in STEM Fields

The United States are slowly but steadily falling behind in the technological advancement field. According to the U.S. Department of Education, “In 2005, foreign-owned companies were a majority of the top 10 recipients of patents awarded by the U.S. 2,993 more words


College Choice Process of Students of Color

Different people make different choices after graduating high school. Some choose to join the workforce, some start the vocational education, and others continue their academic education. 1,646 more words


Does a Strong Ethnic Identity Empower Students of Color to Achieve Academically? Does Ethnicity Matters?

According to The American Heritage New Dictionary of Cultural Identity, ethnicity is an “identity with or membership in a particular racial, national, or cultural group and observance of that group’s customs, beliefs, and language” (2005). 1,519 more words


Resume Play: The Story of Hendrix Football

A great piece by Hendrix College, on the re-boot of Hendrix Football after a 51 year timeout.




So Long, and Thanks for All The Fish

Friday, August 29th, 2014 is my last official day at Hendrix College.

How does one recap what has been, perhaps, the most personally and professionally rewarding stretch of a career, in a few short words? 121 more words

Hendrix College

Training tomorrow's workforce: Where industry and academia meet

No longer is a college education simply students taking notes in lectures, reading books, and regurgitating on exams and in term papers everything they have heard and read over the preceding weeks. 1,202 more words

Higher Education