At Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., officials sometimes bring in low-income applicants and their families for counseling. The point of the sessions is not to encourage the students to attend, but to suggest they consider going somewhere cheaper. 1,209 more words
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I am trying to unwind from the Fall 2014 semester. I have even pressed hold on prepping for the Spring 2015 semester (indeed, most of the PDF readings for “Gender, Race and the Urban Space,” my first graduate course, and “Antebellum America,” a new undergraduate course, are done). 204 more words
Global Health Crises, Pandemics and Policy Challenges: Approaches to Teaching in Community Colleges, April 9-11, 2015, Northern Virginia Community College
STERLING HEIGHTS — Want to catch a little fun indoor racing action over Christmas break? Head to Kart 2 Kart Indoor Karting and Conference Center in Sterling Heights Dec. 233 more words
Written by Dr. Kenneth Gibbs Jr.
One of the most commonly used metaphors for describing the solution for growing and diversifying America’s scientific talent pool is the “STEM pipeline.” Major policy reports have called on the U.S. 1,113 more words