Diversity In Higher Education Demands A Global Footprint That Works

As seen in Entreprenerd.Net https://www.entreprenerd.net/diversity-in-higher-education-demands-a-global-footprint-that-works/ Over one million international students are currently studying in the United States. While their economic contributions to this country tend to be a primary focus,…

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The Benefits Of Online Learning In A COVID-19 World And Beyond

As seen in Small Business Sense: https://small-bizsense.com/the-benefits-of-online-learning-in-a-covid-19-world-and-beyond/ Right now, the Coronavirus pandemic is forcing global experimentation with remote teaching. There are many indicators that this crisis is going to transform…

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American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) and Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration (CONAHEC) Partner to Promote Global Collaboration

As seen in MarketWatch: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-higher-education-alliance-ahea-and-consortium-for-north-american-higher-education-collaboration-conahec-partner-to-promote-global-collaboration-2020-07-31 AHEA and CONAHEC join forces to facilitate opportunities for members to engage and collaborate in curriculum co-development and programmatic internationalization through virtual exchange. American Higher…

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Why Mentoring In Higher Education Is Mission Critical For Everyone’s Success

As seen in The Price of Business: https://priceofbusiness.com/why-mentoring-in-higher-education-is-mission-critical-for-everyones-success/ Mentoring, long considered an effective tool for developing relationships and transferring knowledge from a more experienced individual to a less experienced individual,…

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The Distinct Connection Between Higher Education And Workforce Readiness

As seen in Small Business Sense: https://small-bizsense.com/the-distinct-connection-between-higher-education-and-workforce-readiness/ There’s a stark misalignment between the talents employers demand and the skills graduates have as they enter the U.S. workforce. There is a…

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Distance-Based Employment and Job Hunting And What It Means For You

As seen in Washington Posthttps://nationaljobs.washingtonpost.com/article-details/573/distance-based-employment-and-job-hunting-and-what-it-means-for-you/ Many companies have offered telecommuting – or partial telecommuting for decades. Higher education has offered distance instruction as an option as well – depending on…

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American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) Offers a New Global Pathway for Higher Education Through Innovative Technology

  As seen on MarketWatch: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-higher-education-alliance-ahea-offers-a-new-global-pathway-for-higher-education-through-innovative-technology-2020-07-01 American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) was founded as a nonprofit in 2017. The founding principles are to develop innovative education technologies that emphasize institutional…

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COVID-19 Brings Uncertainty, Challenges to College Admissions

The novel coronavirus has brought innumerable challenges to higher education. Classes have moved online with minimal notice, preparation, or training. Students were forced to move out of their dorms quickly,…

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New Outlooks on Internationalization at Home: Collaborative Online International Learning

Internationalization at Home (IAH) addresses the important question of what can be done, apart from study abroad and related mobility programs, to help students acquire the ‘international awareness and intercultural…

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Introduction: Internationalization

As universities continue to make the commitment toward internationalizing their campuses and their curriculums, it has become evident that there is no singular path toward internationalization. Comprehensive internationalization, as defined…

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