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Andrew Lundner
Click to view contentCosponsored by CAS and NODA Self-studies provide an important opportunity for orientation programs to take a step back, self-reflect, and critically evaluate all aspects of their department. The process of planning and executing a quality self-study can seem scary, overwhelming, and just plain challenging. But, your next self-study doesn’t have…
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Steven Huang
Click to view contentJanuary 25, 2020 is an important day for Chinese people: it’s the beginning of the Chinese New Year. But, what makes this new year more special than every other new year is that it’s the beginning of a new cycle. As we finish up the year of the pig, the 12th and last animal in the zodiac cycle, the start a new cycle with the very first animal in… (Show more)
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Allen Cooper
Macmillan Learning has been a proud partner of many hundreds of first-year experience programs across the country, working to develop innovative textbook, courseware, and custom publishing solutions to support success and retention in higher education. From the John Gardner textbook program by the founder of the modern FYE course to groundbreaking…
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Kasey Greenbaum
Click to view contentListen to our podcast from the new co-authors of The American Promise, Sarah Igo and François Furstenberg. In this episode, Sarah and François address questions from the history teaching community on becoming textbook authors, teaching American history, and the complications of education today.    To learn more about The American Promise or to… (Show more)
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Sara Jo Lee
Click to view contentLast week, Skyfactor Benchworks, a Macmillan Learning Company that provides research-based program benchmarking and assessments to help colleges identify areas of improvement, announced the winners of its first, annual Assessment and Impact Awards for Nursing Education. The award was created to highlight schools of nursing that are successfully… (Show more)
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Jenel Cavazos
Ever wonder what a mummy would sound like? No? Well here's your chance to find out anyway! 3-D Printing Gives Voice to a 3,000-Year-Old Mummy - Scientific American http://ow.ly/wpnf30qd35U psychstudentrss
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Andrea A. Lunsford
Click to view content  Every year I look forward to finding out what words will be singled out as especially important or noteworthy for the preceding year. This year, though, I approached this subject with special trepidation: given the events of 2019—over 40 mass murder “events” that killed 211 people, the highest on record; temperatures warming much faster than… (Show more)
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