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Who are the 2014 Green Ribbon School honorees?

“Going green” is changing the way we live and work and can include such activities as carpooling, recycling and reusing products to be more environmentally [&hellip

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How can we expose children to career paths at an early age?

In the U.S., many students are plagued by an inadequate curriculum to prepare themselves for college and career options; and often times, they don’t learn [&hellip

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How is hazing a part of the K-20 educational culture?

Participating in extra-curricular activities and being hazed by perpetrators is a part of the K-20 educational culture for middle and high school students and college [&hellip

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What does the Center for Civil and Human Rights museum offer visitors?

There are nearly 18,000 museums in the U.S. covering such diverse subjects such as art, fashion, nursing and insects. Museums give people of all ages [&hellip

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The PhD Project’s Annual Conference

By Lisa King The PhD Project reports on 20 Years of changing the face of U.S. business school faculties: Minority professors more than quadrupled. The [&hellip

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How can minority doctoral scholars earn a Ph.D. in multiple academic disciplines?

Ethnic diversity is essential for college faculty members who can serve as role models for students of similar backgrounds. With a shortage of racial/ethnic minority [&hellip

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Career Path to Executive Director of the HERC

Nancy Aebersold is the founder of the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC), a non-profit organization whose mission is to advance the ability of member institutions to [&hellip

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Career Path, Editorial Consulting

Beth Luey has extensive experience in conducting faculty development workshops on scholarly publishing, as well as providing assistance to numerous academics in publishing their textbooks, [&hellip

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Career Path to the University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign

One of the attendees of the 2014 Institute on Teaching and Mentoring Conference in Atlanta, GA was Dr. Menah Pratt-Clarke from the University of Illinois [&hellip

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What is a positive way to celebrate the accomplishment of earning the Ph.D.?

One of the toughest academic challenges a person may face in a life-time is earning the Ph.D. Because of the rigorous course study and intellectual [&hellip