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#Nonacademic Skills Are Key To Success, But What Should We Call Them?

More and more people in education agree on the importance of learning stuff other than academics.

But no one agrees on what to call that “stuff”. 173 more words

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Free #textbooks for first-year university students could help improve #RetentionRates

Despite 20 years of focus on improving university retention rates, we are still losing one in five of our first-year students.

And the release of a… 145 more words

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ISANA NZ PD Day in Hamilton, 16 June 2017

My reflection on the ISANA NZ Professional Development Day held in Hamilton on 16 June 2017: http://www.isananz.org.nz. In the case of the article being removed or reorganised to another page, please access the article here: h… 10 more words


International Education Agents and Student Satisfaction

The use of commissioned agents to recruit international students by United States higher education was banned until 2013 and is still intensely debated on whether this practice should be allowed. 615 more words

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#ANKADEMİ: Şehir ve #Üniversite Proje sonuçları

Proje koordinatörleri Hürriyet Ankara Koordinatörü Deniz Gürel ve Doç. Dr. Savaş Zafer Şahin

Hürriyet Ankara’nın 13 üniversite rektörü, 200’e yakın akademisyen ve üniversite öğrencilerinin katıldığı 50 saate yakın oturumlarla gerçekleştirdiği “ANKADEMİ: Şehir ve Üniversite” yazı dizisi sona erdi. 277 more words

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HEERA, Modi government to replace UGC, AICTE with one higher education regulator

Economic Times |  Anubhuti Vishnoi |  ET Bureau | Jun 06, 2017 |

NEW DELHI: Big-bang education reform is on its way – the Modi government is all set to scrap the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and replace them with one higher education regulator, tentatively christened… 348 more words


The Miscarriage

I have been dreading writing this post because just thinking about the events that transpired makes me emotional and sad. However, I feel encouraged to share my story thanks to the many comments I have received (in person or online) from other women who can relate to my previous post about been an  academic mama. 1,013 more words