Dr. Paul B. Chono Appointed New Dean of Morgan State University’s College of Computer, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences

Baltimore Morgan State University President David K. Wilson and Professor Hongtao Yu today announced the appointment of internationally recognized biomedical research scientist Paul P. Chunwu as the new Dean of the School of Computer, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences (SCMNS). ), as of January 1, 2023. Dr. Chono comes to Morgan from Jackson State University (JSU) … Read more

Just to help students in their higher education journey » Borneo Online Bulletin

Findlay Education Services Agency is hosting its first post-pandemic in-person international study fair on Wednesday at Centrepoint Hotel in Gadong to help students consider their higher education options. Representatives from institutions around the world will be on hand to chat with students and provide information to guide them in their future study plans. The International … Read more

Rural Education | Ohio Department of Education

rural areas of Ohio A list of each rural school district and the classification assigned to it. What makes a rural area? In 1996, the Ohio Department of Education created a classification for different types of similar districts, referred to as the Ohio School Districts Classification. Rural areas in Classification Code 1 (blue in the … Read more

Policy Brief: Emergency Funding for COVID-19 and California’s Higher Education Systems

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, things were going well for California’s public institutions of higher education. Across all three systems, levels of government funding have been high and increasing, student outcomes have been improving, and programs for students in need have been strong. Then in March 2020, COVID-19 sent shocking changes through the means and … Read more

The Center for Global Change expands the commitment to innovative higher education

The major challenges facing society are large and complex – such as global climate change, pollution, the spread of emerging infectious diseases and invasive species. More than ever, scientists are forced to consider the context and impacts of their research through a broader social, cultural, and economic lens. Educational institutions including Virginia Tech are adapting … Read more

CNM’s 11th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning

Interested in collaborating with your colleagues from all over New Mexico and the Four Corners? Would you like to attend a conference hosted and presented by local colleagues, focused on our unique needs and challenges, but also representing the highest standards in quality education and innovative teaching practices? If so, we invite you to join … Read more

Will layoffs spread from tech companies to higher education? | Within higher education

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is laying off 13,000 employees. Twitter is laying off half of its 7,500 employees. Educational technology (edtech) companies are working through a painful downsizing for two months, with Layofftracker.com reporting deep headcount cuts at 2U, Byju, MasterClass, SkillShare, Eruditus and others. Senior officials may think we are insulated from … Read more

Private colleges look to align with Stadium Australia

Permanently deprived of funding rules geared towards public universities, Australian independent colleges are hoping things will change after the biggest reassessment of higher education policy in 15 years. The government’s rhetoric on its “agreement,” whose terms of reference were due to be announced this month, focused squarely on universities. But private sector representatives do not … Read more

Weather Presidency of the College or University | Within higher education

Failed searches for university presidents are now common. It happened in Evergreen State, New Mexico, and Wisconsin, among other institutions. We’ve also seen a succession of very short-lived presidents, at universities including Auburn, Central Florida, Colorado, Louisville, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tulsa and Wyoming, undoubtedly partly due to fewer presidents being appointed without adequate vetting or due … Read more