1 Feb, 2021

Meeting of the Minds: Using Linked Courses to Increase Retention and Completion

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Volume XLIII, No. 3 | February 4, 2020 Meeting of the Minds: Using Linked Courses to Increase Retention and Completion In light of the continued educational challenges brought on by the pandemic, new ways of keeping students engaged in their educational journeys are in the forefront of faculty’s minds. At Harford [...]

26 Jan, 2021

Pivoting in a Time of Pandemic: The Faculty Experience

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Volume XLIII, No. 2 | January 28, 2020 Pivoting in a Time of Pandemic: The Faculty Experience Across the landscape of American higher education, there exist over 1,000 two-year colleges. These institutions account for 23 percent of all colleges and universities while educating 29 percent of their students (Carnegie Classification of [...]

15 Nov, 2018

Faculty Stress: What Can Junior Faculty Members Do to Promote Good Mental Health?

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Volume XL, No. 38 | November 15, 2018 Faculty Stress: What Can Junior Faculty Members Do to Promote Good Mental Health? A lot of research has focused on student stress, but few studies have examined faculty stress. This is especially true for tenure-track junior faculty members who are adapting to new organizations, [...]