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HBCUs Utilizing the Common App See an Increase in Applications

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

It’s still early in application season, but North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has already seen a 57% boost in its application numbers from last year. Compared to then, we were at 9,629 applications last year on January 24,” said Michael Bailey, director of undergraduate admissions at NCCU. This year we’re at 15,187.”

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‘An Invisible Tax’: Study Finds That Schools Lag in Utilizing Data

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Colleges and universities generate vast amounts of data every day, spanning from the research findings of their scholars to the log-in times of their students to learning management systems.

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ResEdChat Ep 64: Utilizing Microsurveys in Residential Education with Paul Gordon Brown

Roompact

We welcome Paul back as our guest this week to explore the concept of "microsurveys". He explains what they are, how they can be used, and why residential education professionals should implementing them into their departmental strategy.

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Utilizing ACUHO-I Standards for Effective Department Benchmarking in College Student Housing

Roompact

Benchmarking is a crucial practice for college and university housing professionals to assess the effectiveness of their department and continuously improve the quality of services provided to students.

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Two Morehouse Students Die in Car Crash

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The car hit a utility pole, rotated, hit another utility pole, and overturned, according to the Georgia State Patrol. Hugh Douglas and Christion Files Jr., friends and sophomore-year roommates, were driving when their car left the road after passing another car on a curve. Both students died at the scene of the crash.

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Technology and Teacher Training: Utilizing Simulated Environments for Real Practice

Higher Ed Connects: Technology

The thought of technology in the classroom typically conjures up images of students utilizing computers or tablets to support classroom activities, extend learning, or support access to the curriculum. In all of these scenarios, the students are utilizing the technology to learn content. Technology in Higher Education.

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Utilizing Existing Campus-Wide Assessments and Measures in Your Curricular Approach

Dr. Paul Gordon Brown

One way of achieving this broader-based assessment is to utilize data collection instruments you may already be using and assessment data you may already be collecting. This includes on-the-ground assessment of individual learning activities, but also broader based assessment of overall curriculum effectiveness.