Rocky Vista University is Proof that For-profit and Medical School can be a Good Mix

Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Cheryl D. Lovell, PH.D., President & CEO, Rocky Vista University
ABOUT DR. CHERYL D. LOVELL Dr. Cheryl D. Lovell, president and CEO of Rocky Vista University, says that after working decades in higher education, her current position was an “opportunity in the making for 35 years.”

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Thriving and Prospering in the Human Age: An Open Letter to 2015 College Graduates

By James H. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D., William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A “learning mindset” and three specific skills — entrepreneurial acumen, contextual intelligence, and cultural elasticity or soft skills acumen — are required in order to thrive and prosper in the Human Age

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SARA – Twenty-three States and Counting

Written from an interview with Marshall A. Hill, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements
Executive Director of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements, Marshal Hill believes that distance education can help improve America’s educational system once the inefficiencies of the current state regulatory system are codified across the board.

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Free Community College for All is a Bad Idea for America

The following is a research paper submitted by a career college student who formally attended a community college.
On January 9, 2015, in The State of the Union Address, President Obama announced his plan to make community college free for all Americans, which appeared for many as a bold step towards leveling the playing field between the rich and the poor.

Musings of an Educational Entrepreneur

Improve Placement Rates: Competency Badges

By Larry Banks, Ph.D., Director, Competency Based Education Services, Wonderlic and Amanda Opperman, M.A., Institutional and Program Effectiveness Specialist, Wonderlic
Employers are looking for employees who can solve their problems, and they are hiring graduates who demonstrate that they have skills that matter for employability – not just a degree.

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