University of Sheffield International College workers stage first strike at UK private higher education provider

Teachers and office staff on November 28, 29 and 30 for the first time in private higher education providers in the UK. Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at Sheffield International College (USIC) have voted to reject a four-month extra 1 per cent pay rise proposed by their employer’s study group. Outside the … Read more

Hochul: Grant helps low-income kids prepare for college

New York State is receiving $28 million in federal aid for a seven-year program to prepare low-income students for college, Gov. Cathy Hochul announced Thursday. The funds will support more than 6,200 students in the GEAR UP program, a seven-year program that begins in middle school and includes the first year of college. “My administration … Read more

Pakistan’s first entrepreneurial institution of higher learning, Radical College of Commerce has been accredited by HEC.

Extreme College of Commerce (ECC) is Pakistan’s first entrepreneurial higher education institution to receive accreditation from the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. Extreme College of Commerce (ECC) is Pakistan’s first entrepreneurial higher education institution accredited by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Government of Pakistan. – Sayyid Khaha Bin Hasan ISLAMABAD, ICT, Pakistan, Nov. 19, 2022 … Read more

Hartnell College Named Higher Education Equity Champion – The King City Rustler | Your local news source in King City, California

SALINAS VALLEY – The Campaign for College Opportunity has honored Hartnell College as a 2022 Champion of Equity in Higher Education for breaking down transfer barriers, advancing racial equity and rewarding its students’ degree completion. The Salinas campus is one of the leading institutions in the state for transfer applications for Black, Latinx, or both … Read more

President of the College or University In higher ed

Searches for failed college presidents are now commonplace. It happened at the Evergreen State, New Mexico and Wisconsin, among other institutions. We’ve also seen a succession of extremely short-term presidents, including Auburn, Central Florida, Colorado, Louisville, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Tulsa and Wyoming, because few presidents are hired without adequate vetting or due diligence. or teacher … Read more

Bloomfield College President Hosts ACE Women’s Network-New Jersey Leaders in Higher Education

Bloomfield College President Marcetta P. Evans, PhD, hosted the American Council on Education (ACE) Women’s Network-New Jersey recently at the college’s Westminster Arts Center. More than 50 higher education leaders representing northern and central New Jersey public and private and two-year and four-year institutions of higher education came together to network and develop supportive relationships … Read more