High school students earn college credits, gauge interest in business careers May 2015

Initiatives in education, from kindergarten through college, will inevitably motivate debates among government decision-makers, the education community, taxpayers, and students.  However, there is one issue of which there is general consensus. 



Bryant’s HR program includes work/life balance among other lessons to be learned Feb 2015

College students understand that balancing work and life can be tricky with projects, exams, part-time jobs and family commitments.  At Bryant University, this issue is addressed in several classes across the curriculum, but there’s a direct emphasis on it as part of the Department of Management’s Human Resources degree program.



Students digging J&W’s Wellness and Sustainability concentration Nov 2014

Is it any wonder that today’s most popular classes at Johnson & Wales University are those that comprise the “Wellness and Sustainability” concentration within the school’s Culinary Arts Food Service Management Program?



Small class sizes = big results for Salve accounting students Aug 2014

Lecturers Jamie Carlone and Bonnie Kennedy have a story that illustrates their approach to teaching accounting courses at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island.



From Classroom to Boardroom May 2014

To teach, Folami became a student again.

Before Lookman Buky Folami, Ph.D., made the transition from the world of corporate finance to teaching in a college classroom he prepared himself in a way that to him seemed only logical. He went back to school. 



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