Monthly Archives: September 2016

Higher education: more than just a phase

Matthew Rascoff and Eric Johnson’s commentary in The Chronicle of Higher Education that challenges a notion that college life – or, in my book, higher education in general – is somehow bound by a beginning (that first time that we … Continue reading

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On similar beginnings

One of the things that struck me and stayed with me from last class’ discussion on the overview of higher education are similarities between how higher education began in the United States and in the Philippines, specifically in terms of … Continue reading

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We exist because… : Mission Statements of HE institutions

Everything exists for a reason, and in the case of institutions of higher education, this reason drives how young people are prepared to be the future leaders and prime movers in their chosen disciplines. Institutions of higher education articulate the reason for … Continue reading

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