The Marathon That Started in Lynchburg

Before she made history in Boston, Kathrine Switzer was inspired by a coach and classmates in Lynchburg.  More

AI, Zambia, & Ecuador: Adventures in Learning at Millikin University

Dr. Mark Munoz of Millikin University is an international business executive, an outstanding professor with multiple awards in Teaching...  More

Brown Plans to Double Number of Veteran Undergraduates

At Brown's annual Veterans Day ceremony, President Christina H. Paxson announced plans for increased financial aid for student veterans,...  More

Former Presidents Help Higher Education Institutions Handle New Challenges

Former Wagner College President and former Metropolitan College of New York President are leading a consulting enterprise which will help...  More

Experiential Learning at Delaware Valley University

As young college graduates enter the real world job market, it is very often the experiences outside the classroom that set them apart from...  More

Catching Z’s & Shooting Shots: Changing the Culture of Sleep at St. Thomas

Pulling all-nighters seems to be considered a rite of passage for many college students, and athletes are certainly no exception. These...  More

Podcasts in Higher Education at Vanguard University

Dr. Bonni Stachowiak is an Associate Professor of Business and Management and the Dean of Teaching and Learning at Vanguard University. As...  More

Food & History at Wabash College

Dr. Richard Warner, Associate Professor of History and department chair, is a former chef who now teaches courses in Latin American,...  More

Highlighting Brown’s Distinction in International and Public Affairs

Brown’s scholars in international and public affairs are addressing inequality, convening conversations that move the needle on tough...  More

Movement, Meaning, & Mentors: A Look Inside Brenau’s Dance Department

Writer George Borodin said, “Ballet is not technique, but a way of expression that comes more closely to the inner language of man than...  More