Have you ever considered getting your bachelor’s degree abroad? If yes, was Hong Kong on the list of places you would consider?
Here are some insights on Hong Kong higher education from a full-time undergraduate student. 760 more words
This past winter, I participated in the Dream Project at the University of Washington. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a program that focuses on supporting high school juniors and seniors with pretty much anything they need: we can help them with filling out the FAFSA (or WASFA if they’re undocumented students), applying for scholarships, or anything else they might need. 927 more words
The following outlines various techniques I use when teaching to enhance or change discussion-based activities. I’ll update it as necessary. I’ve had a number of students say they enjoy my classes in part because they never know what we’ll be doing that day! 662 more words
The Center for Responsible Lending issued this press release, of great importance at a time when the Federal Department of Education is withdrawing support for students who have been victims of fraud by predatory online and for-profit “colleges.” … 309 more words