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21st Century Scholar | A blog of the USC Rossier School of Business

21st Century Scholar | A blog of the USC Rossier School of Business | SCUP Links | Scoop.it

Bill Tierney and others whose names you would recognize blog here:


"21st Century Scholar is the newest undertaking by the Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis (CHEPA) at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education to contribute to the conversation about the pressing issues facing education. CHEPA began 17 years ago, and we have focused on three broad issues—how to increase access to college for low-income youth; how to improve academic governance and decision-making; and what the implications of globalization are for education. Our website and our print publications have covered topics from the challenges homeless youth face in school to how governing boards of public colleges and universities might improve."

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'Harnessing America's Wasted Talent'

'Harnessing America's Wasted Talent' | SCUP Links | Scoop.it

This is the blog of Peter P. Smith, author of "Harnessing America’s Wasted Talent: A New Ecology of Learning" (Jossey-Bass):

 

"Peter Smith is senior vice president of academic strategies and development for Kaplan Higher Eduction. A former Assistant Director-General for education of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Smith served as the founding president of California State University at Monterey Bay and the Community College of Vermont. He served as Vermont's lieutenant governor from 1982–1986 and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1989."

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The Future of the University | Michael Haggans | Blog

Since 1980, Michael has focussed on the facility challenges of colleges and universities. He is now an independent scholar researching the future of higher education. A licensed architect, he earn...


This is an entertaining and useful blog: "Since 1980, Michael has focussed on the facility challenges of colleges and universities. He is now an independent scholar researching the future of higher education. A licensed architect, he earned his Master of Architecture degree from the State University of New York-Buffalo. He has led architectural practices serving higher education and was University Architect at the University of Missouri and University of Arizona."

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