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Drury Professor to Use Hybrid Teaching Model and Digital Library during Summer Fellowship in Africa

In 1999 Albert Korir came to the United States because he wanted better access to modern equipment for chemistry research. This summer, Dr. Korir,...   Read More

Q & A with Arcadia: Staging Crimes on Campus

In January Arcadia University introduced its new Crime Scene House. Dr. Karen Scott, director and associate professor of forensic science at Arcadia, gave us more details...   Read More

NAC&U Boyer Award Recipient Devotes Career to University-Community Relations

In the 1960s the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), located in West Philadelphia, was certainly “in” the city, but no one thought of it as...   Read More

Making Mentoring Inroads through Hoops Program

Michael Gong, ’15, spent many hours fulfilling a service learning requirement at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center (CCJDC) during his freshman year at...   Read More

NAC&U Selects Dr. Ira Harkavy as 2015 Ernest Boyer Award Recipient

NAC&U is pleased to present its 5th annual Ernest L. Boyer Award to Dr. Ira Harkavy, associate vice president and founding director of the Barbara...   Read More

Ohio Northern’s Multiracial Gospel Ensemble Sings from the Heart

Can a gospel ensemble create authentic gospel music if it has more white singers than black singers? That is the primary question that Adriane...   Read More

St. Edward’s Focuses on Latinos and other Underrepresented Groups to Ensure Student Success

Located in Austin, TX, 35 percent of the nearly 5,000 students at St. Edward’s University in 2013 identified as Hispanic/Latino. Additionally, at St. Edward’s,...   Read More

Debugging the Gender Inequity in Computer Science

Surveying her students, Westminster College computer science professor Dr. Helen Hu is often reminded of the gender inequity in her field. It’s not unusual for...   Read More

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