HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
Creating a Path for the Future of Higher Education through a Structured Approach for Interdisciplinary Teaching
Rain in the forecast: Look for an umbrella For the past few years, we have been informed and warned about the impending decline in higher
Tough times are no stranger to higher education—financial challenges, enrollment declines, mental health issues, and the erosion of tenure to name just a few. If
There are numerous expectations in any faculty role, many of which are learned on the job. In my case, I was terrified when I became
Microresistance is the umbrella term for small-scale individual or collaborative efforts that empower targeted people and allies to cope with, respond to, and/or challenge microaggressions
Someone speaks over you. The chair consistently overlooks your raised hand. A colleague takes credit for an idea that someone else articulated just moments ago.
Hispanic | Latinx community college students, especially those attending Hispanic Serving Institutions, deserve to see themselves in their course content. Improving the process of online
Have you been contemplating where your career path will take you next or how you can impact your institution’s success in your current leadership role?
I’ve been a professor for nearly 30 years, charged with teaching hundreds of students about psychological development. They learn how humans adapt to physical, cognitive,