Education Archive

Susan McKelvey, Virginia Commonwealth University – Giving Students with Disabilities a Chance to Fulfill their Career Goals

How do we help students with disabilities fulfill their career goals? Susan McKelvey, research assistant professor

Paul Hanstedt, Washington and Lee University – Wicked Students for a Wicked World

Living with uncertainty has become the norm. Paul Hanstedt, professor of education studies at Washington and

Trudi Jacobson, University at Albany – Renewable Assignments, Wikipedia, and Metaliteracy

Wikipedia shouldn’t be used in higher ed classes, right? Trudi Jacobson, distinguished librarian at the University

Arnold Glass, Rutgers University – Percent of Students Benefiting from Homework Assignments

Homework has never been popular with most students. Arnold Glass, professor of psychology at Rutgers University,

Alexis Redding, Harvard University – From College to Career: A Mentorship Model for Student Success

Mentors are key for the post-collegiate transition. Alexis Redding, lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education,

Anthony Scardillo, Mount Saint Mary – Preparing Today’s College Students for the Real World

Higher education costs more than ever, but are students leaving institutions prepared for the workforce? Anthony

Mahtab Jafari, University of California Irvine – Student Stress and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The pandemic has taken a toll on mental health. Mahtab Jafari, professor in the school of

Allison Weidhaas, Rider University – Red Zone: Sexual Assaults on College Campuses

Transitions can be hard on college campuses. Allison Weidhaas, associate professor and Director of Master in

Ricardo Azziz, University at Albany – Mergers in Higher Education: The Need to Consider

Mergers are a fact of life for some institutions in higher education. Ricardo Azziz, research professor

Amber Simpson, Binghamton University – Fostering Failure in STEM

On Binghamton University Week: Failure can be an important learning tool. Amber Simpson, assistant professor in