It includes new credentials to recognize continuous learning, a subscription fee model, and worldwide networks of advisers for life.
The Chronicle of Higher EducationCredentials that recognize continuous learning, a subscription fee model instead of tuition, "education stations" that bring services and experiences to students, worldwide networks of advisers and coaches for life.
With revenues on the rise, administrators want to invest in more faculty members.
The Chronicle of Higher EducationMichael Amiridis, chancellor of the University of Illinois at Chicago, emphasized the importance of adding tenure-track faculty members in the coming hiring spree. The hiring will also combat large class sizes.
In a rare interview, John Engler defends his leadership style and declares that his critics don’t give him enough credit for change.
The Chronicle of Higher Education"The university structure is one where everyone is very keen on talking about their desire to participate in every decision that’s made, but not as eager to accept responsibility for those decisions."
The Chronicle of Higher Education"It’s not Quizlet that allows students to go out and find answers to any fact-based question; it’s the internet that allows them to do that easily. Students have taken the technology and used it for what the technology is able to do."
To foster faculty-student interactions, some campuses are designing better spaces for them to meet.
The Chronicle of Higher EducationInteracting with professors is a key to student success. This week’s Teaching newsletter explores how faculty offices and other spaces can help. Sign up here to get the newsletter in your inbox.