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Resources for National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 14th through October 15th.  Here are some selected teaching resource links for your perusal:

PBS Learning:  Diversity in Latino Culture… 91 more words


A Perspective on College Admissions with Christopher Gruber, Davidson College VP and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid

The second season of the From My Angle podcast continues with this episode featuring Chris Gruber, who has been in higher education admissions for 33 years at the University of Richmond and Davidson College.  75 more words

Higher Education: a degree of difference

With few alternatives available after A-levels, young people will head off to university in huge numbers this month. From 2015, government lifted the cap on the number of students each institution can admit, with the knock-on effect being that many Russell universities are now accepting students  previously aiming for ‘middle’ institutions – if necessary, by lowering grade requirements. 281 more words

Higher Ed

All the words...

For you, Bob.

You always said that words were so important to you…

I mean, come on, how many advanced degrees in Modern Letters have been handed out? 112 more words


David Lynch
June 28, 2018
Link to story on KOB.com: https://www.kob.com/albuquerque-news/unm-provost-to-leave-for-georgia-tech-had-briefly-served-as-president/4968055/

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The administrator responsible for helping to navigate the University of New Mexico through some turbulent waters while serving as president has landed another gig. 167 more words

Published Work

It is to ponder

Thought 1

Beginning this Graduate program has been a great experience so far. I feel as though I “fit in” to the discipline, and hopefully so with my fellow students even though I am GenX. 611 more words


Those Who Can Do, Can’t Teach | ACADEME BLOG
— Read on academeblog.org/2018/09/04/those-who-can-do-cant-teach/