MSM Higher Ed launches study abroad prep course

“Too often students arrive in their host country without a full understanding of where they are going” The course for students at MSM’s 45 Global Marketing Office partner institutions will feature modules covering pre-departure and arrival planning, social and cultural awareness, part-time employment preparation, effective study skills and academic integrity. Destination institution content will also be included, and GASS […]

How higher education issues and leadership fared at the polls

The presidential race remains undecided, but state election results show potential changes ahead for pockets of higher education. Still, state-level shifts aren’t likely to be widespread, policy and higher ed experts told Education Dive Wednesday.  “This...

How has the Trump administration changed higher education?

President Donald Trump hasn’t said much on the campaign trail or during his last four years in office about his formal plans for the country’s colleges and universities. But significant regulatory shifts have occurred during his tenure.  Trump’s...

A guide to higher education coronavirus relief funding

It’s been nearly seven months since Congress passed the only major coronavirus aid legislation yet, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Since then, lawmakers have introduced several proposals, but none have found bipartisan agreement. ...

Higher ed partnerships expand high school curricular horizons

Dive Brief: A hundred 11th- and 12th-grade students in New York City will be able to take a free online criminal justice course, “Introduction to Criminal Justice,” from Howard University during the 2020-21 school year as part of a partnership with the nonprofit...