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Although executive coaching is common in the corporate sector, higher ed has been slow to understand why an experienced, outside perspective is so valuable, write Mary Sue Coleman and Lisa M. Rudgers.

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April 20, 2021
Although executive coaching is common in the corporate sector, higher ed has been slow to understand why an experienced, outside perspective is so valuable, write Mary Sue Coleman and Lisa M. Rudgers.
April 19, 2021
Dan Moseson shares stories and strategies from across higher ed that include pragmatic advice along with ways to tackle some systemic problems.
April 16, 2021
Any institutional efforts to retain BIPOC women faculty members can be nullified when teaching obstacles are allowed to run rampant, argues Chavella T. Pittman.
April 15, 2021
They can mitigate the impacts of the pandemic, which has complicated mentoring relationships and amplified barriers for students from underrepresented groups, writes Edgar F. Lopez.
April 14, 2021
When carefully planned, it creates learning partnerships, promotes collegiality and develops a sense of mutual accountability among the students, Leslie Barnes and Gemma King write.

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