Dealing with Disruptive Students

There are all sorts of difficult, disruptive people on any given campus. Some may push your buttons while others may push you to the brink of distr...

Virtual Community Cafés at Empire State College Promote Healthy Living

Once a month, Whole Health Living at Empire State College (NY) offers virtual community cafés that focus on different wellness-related themes. Stud...

Expert Shares Strategies for Supporting Today’s Adult Student Learners

Close to half of today’s currently enrolled students are over 25 years old. Yet, they remain the most underserved group in higher education. When w...

Employee Offers Positive Campus Presence

At Stephen F. Austin State University (TX), Rosie Waters is much more than a cashier and stocker at the student center Marketplace. She offers kind...

Developing a Failure Resume

Believe it or not, one way to increase our coping and adaptability skills is to focus on those times when we made a mistake, changed our mind or we...

Training BIT/BAIT Teams with a DEI Lens

We asked Greg Nayor, Ph.D., the Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Daemen College (NY) and Naomi Sigg, Senior Associate Dean of Stu...

Infographics Depict Plans to Promote DEI and Belonging at Yale

Yale’s President Peter Salovey encouraged each school and administration division to develop five-year plans to improve diversity, equity and inclu...

Campuses Respond to Russia-Ukraine Conflict

As the world faces news that Russia has invaded Ukraine, those on college campuses are feeling the ripple effects. At the University of Idaho, they...

How Faculty Members Can Address the Anxiety Endemic Among Today’s Students: Solutions from Dr. Marcus Hotaling, Director of the Counseling Center at Union College (NY)

Anxiety is the number one concern among college students presenting for therapy at their college counseling centers. We caught up with Dr. Marcus H...

National Fresh Check Day Initiative Strives to Focus on Positive Mental Health

Campuses across the U.S. recently participated in Fresh Check Day, a national initiative providing mental health promotion and suicide prevention e...

James Madison U.’s Digital Commons Offer Connection, Belonging and Collaboration

In an effort to offer online students more interactivity and engagement, while also helping them find help and resources, James Madison University ...

Expert Offers Perspectives on Study Abroad Trip Leader Challenges and Risk Mitigation: Quick Questions with Whitney Longnecker, Director of Study Abroad at Texas Tech University

As the world opens up again, study abroad program leaders will be back in more regular action. We asked Whitney Longnecker, Director of Study Abroa...

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