In an attempt to meet the needs of today’s generation of “Millennial” student athletes, the NCAA is preparing to initiate a radical two-year experiment. “Students are used to winning,” explained Bill Convicci, coach of the women’s soccer team at University of South Little Rock, one of the pilot colleges. “From the time they were kids, […]
Ready for some cost-friendly, high impact professional development? Want to solve problems with colleagues from different parts of the country and different areas of higher education? Do you like to have fun while you’re getting intellectual? This March, The Cronk of Higher Education hosts There’s Something Funny About Higher Education, a colloquium for educators to put […]
Students from around the country, inspired by the grassroots Occupy Wall Street movement, have taken the protests to their local campuses to make a positive change. “A lot of student ‘activists’ are doing fundraisers to send money to support the Japanese tsunami victims or the Americans devestated by hurricane flooding this fall,” said Teakwood College […]
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