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  1. International educators grapple with changed political and social landscape

    different frames for what global connectivity is all about,” Sutton said. That doesn’t mean, she said, that international educators shouldn’t talk about the negative aspects of globalization. “I’m an anthropologist -- ...

    Elizabeth Redden - Feb 21 2017

  2. The questionable entrepreneurship mania on college campuses (essay)

    the central role that they now must play in spurring “endogenous growth” in the highly competitive global ...

    Steven C. Ward - Feb 21 2017

  3. 2017 Global Summit

    https://meetings.internet2.edu/2017-global-summit/ Bringing Networks Together: Connecting People and Technology With Research ...

    Anonymous - Feb 10 2017

  4. How to teach students about thorny issues without insinuating your own views (essay)

    whistle-blowing, conflicts of interest and the responsibility of business to the global community in the next ...

    Jo-Ellen Pozner - Feb 21 2017

  5. How Might We Spur More Innovation in Higher Education?

    education globally, and both existing and new market entrants are offering a variety of new programs ...

    Margaret Andrews - Feb 21 2017

  6. Liberal arts students' fears about the job market upon graduation are increasingly informing what they choose to study, even as electives

    in a four-semester Western traditions humanities sequence by cutting the time commitment and adding a global focus, ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Feb 21 2017

  7. Some Chinese students at UC San Diego condemn choice of Dalai Lama as commencement speaker

    the 14th Dalai Lama, carries a message that promotes global responsibility and service to humanity ...

    Elizabeth Redden - Feb 16 2017

  8. Anti-Semitic Incidents at U of Minnesota

    and degeneration ... join us in the struggle for global white supremacy at THE DAILY STORMER.” A statement ...

    Emily Tate - Feb 21 2017

  9. Intermission

    aspects of U.S. and global society.  Do you think, for example, that China is holding off on economic ...

    Tracy Mitrano - Feb 21 2017

  10. A tongue-in-cheek look at institutions' efforts to differentiate themselves (essay)

    into interdisciplinary majors. Thus, global physical therapy, taught mostly online and focusing on injuries commonly ...

    Lee Burdette Williams - Feb 17 2017

  11. French minister seeks to mend 'broken links' between academics and political leaders

    of global transformation [for higher education] that involves pedagogy, services and research,” he said. ...

    John Elmes for Times Higher Education - Feb 16 2017

  12. Assistant director for student services in the global education office

    Marielle Wijnands Virginia Tech Thursday, February 2, 2017 Head of admissions and liaison http://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2017/01/outreach-wijnands.html ...

    frontdesk - Feb 3 2017

  13. Professor of practice in global leadership

    Jeffrey M. Cunningham Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University Tuesday, January 31, 2017 Publisher Forbes magazine ...

    frontdesk - Feb 1 2017

  14. At a Pennsylvania community college, plans to sponsor refugee family are on hold

    of the college’s global studies program, Kiki Anastasakos, had written the refugee resettlement project into her ...

    Elizabeth Redden - Feb 15 2017

  15. 5 Questions for the Director of the Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation

    new opportunities.  Like our first MOOC on Global Health , which was a collaboration between ...

    Joshua Kim - Feb 15 2017

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