Tag Archives: higher education
A new adventure awaits!
It’s one minute to midnight, and I am still not quite done with all the things that I said I would finish before May 19. But I’m powering through… There is a box that I could definitely check off though; … Continue reading
It was interesting to read about how American higher education has responded to society’s changing needs and the directions it ought to take moving forward in James Duderstadt and Farris Womack’s book The Future of the Public University in America. … Continue reading
Truth be told, I stumbled into teaching accidentally; a chance meeting with one of my former professors (who was getting ready to migrate to Australia at that time) led to an opportunity to take her place. Becoming a teacher was … Continue reading
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