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HIGHER ED | FULL HD MOVIE Ed (Pras from the Fugees) enters college on a track scholarship to escape some thugs from his past. Campus life, however, is filled with hurdles, and Ed's stoner roommate, Bud (Aries Spears), makes it hard not to fall back on old habits. But Ed's romantic interest, Lisa (Leila Arcieri), provides the incentive for Ed, if only he can win her away from her jock boyfriend, Craig (Hill Harper). REVO Movies! Every week exclusive premiere movies on Youtube! All movies have been licensed by the major distribution companies worldwide! For any issues related to copyright please contact revocopyright🤍gmail.com! #movies #actionmovies #fullmovie #fullmovies #freemovie
Coming September 2021 Ed (Pras from the Fugees) is an inner-city kid who enters college on a track scholarship to escape some thugs from his drug-dealing past. Campus life, however, is filled with hurdles, and Ed's stoner roommate, Bud (Aries Spears), makes it hard not to fall back on old habits. Fortunately, his new romantic interest, Lisa (Leila Arcieri), provides the incentive for Ed to cross the finish line, if only he can win her away from her jock boyfriend, Craig (Hill Harper), first.
Will the coronavirus pandemic lead to long-term changes in higher education? To better understand the challenges facing U.S. colleges and universities, WSJ’s Alexander Hotz spoke with administrators, students, and a higher education futurist. Photo: Robert F. Bukaty/AP More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: 🤍 Visit the WSJ Video Center: 🤍 On Facebook: 🤍 On Twitter: 🤍 On Snapchat: 🤍 #WSJ #Coronavirus #HigherEducation
Public higher education is the foundation of the American dream – the idea that if you work hard enough, you can do better than your parents. And yet for the past 40 years, states have continued to dis-invest in public colleges and universities, eroding opportunities for young people and making the United States less competitive in the global economy. Is it realistic to think we can turn back the clock on funding? Or do we need to find another way – a better way – to do business? Or maybe we should aim for both? Together, we can shine a light on the truth about the value of a college degree and re-imagine higher education, so that our American dream isn’t just a dream for today’s students. Prior to her appointment in 2017, Davidson served as the 32nd undersecretary of the United States Navy and the president’s appointed “chief management officer” for the Navy and Marine Corps. Her appointment as Navy “under” followed nearly 30 years of academic, civilian and military service. She has taught at George Mason University, Georgetown University, Davidson College and various professional military schools, and was an aviation and aerobatics flight instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Davidson began her career as an Air Force officer and cargo pilot. She was a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Squadron Officer School, and was the first woman to fly the Air Force’s tactical C-130. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Éireann discusses her access and widening participation work to support students in their journey to and experiences in higher education. Éireann Attridge is an education enthusiast who, from a young age, has committed to working in the Higher Education sector to improve and enhance access and outcomes for disadvantaged students. As a result of her own experience and academic interest, Éireann is concerned with the experience of underrepresented students at every point of their educational journey. Éireann currently works as a Programme Manager for the Elephant Group, a schools’ led charity that seeks to increase the number of students from non-selective state schools at top universities. She also works in various roles at Homerton College, Cambridge and is a trustee for Goldsmiths Students’ Union. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Michael Ray - "Higher Education" feat. Kid Rock, Lee Brice, Billy Gibbons, Tim Montana (Official Music Video) Make sure to join us at the Premium-exclusive afterparty! Get YouTube Premium for access to the afterparty. Free trials are available for new members. Sign up here: 🤍youtube.com/premium Get your Michael Ray merchandise here: 🤍 Download or stream more songs by Michael: iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Stay in touch with Michael! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 For Michael Ray, music is his grandfather singing and sweating on a rural Florida stage. It’s the childhood refuge he found during the pain of his parents’ divorce. It’s family and stories, history and hope. Ray says music saved him, but it did even more: Music made him. In four short years, Ray has built an impressive foundation. Three No. 1 songs “Kiss You in the Morning,” “Think a Little Less,” and “One That Got Away,” plus “Get to You” and “Her World or Mine,” brings his tally to five Gold-certified singles. The poignant “Her World or Mine”––the third song off of his sophomore album Amos––also produced a video that has captured more than 19 million YouTube views since its debut less than a year ago. Now, two hit albums into that all-too-rare blend of critically acclaimed and commercially successful career, Ray has released “Whiskey And Rain,” the first single off of his upcoming project produced by GRAMMY-nominated song whisperer Ross Copperman. Proof that heartbroken wallowing can feel good if it swings, “Whiskey and Rain” also cements Ray as the ideal bridge between vintage country cool and modern country’s best sounds. See Ray live every Tuesday on his Honkytonk Tuesday virtual series, where he plays his favorite ‘80s and ‘90s tunes with surprise guests. #MichaelRay #HigherEducation
Higher education is broken. Can we make it affordable for everyone?, with Courtney Brown Subscribe to Big Think on YouTube ►► 🤍 Up next ►► College is absurdly expensive. Can a radical new model change that? 🤍 Who are today's higher education students? They might not be exactly who you think. About 40% of today’s students work full time, while another 40% are at least 25 years old, with many coming from low-income families. Today’s complex world of work increasingly calls for advanced skills and education. As a society, we have to help more people obtain quality learning that’s available to all. What does that mean, exactly? Lumina Foundation has an idea, embracing a national goal that by 2025, 60% of working-age adults will have a college degree, industry-recognized certification or other credential of value. Right now, we are at just over 50 percent, and we need to better understand who has access to higher education and who is succeeding in this system. As Lumina's Courtney Brown notes, the organization’s mission is to help more people get this vital post-high school education, understanding that this learning remains a powerful force in addressing income and racial inequality, keeping America competitive in the fast-changing world economy. Read the video transcript: 🤍 This video was created in partnership with the Lumina Foundation. About Courtney Brown: Courtney Brown, Ph.D, is vice president of impact and planning for Lumina Foundation, an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis that is committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all. As the chief data and research officer, Brown oversees the foundation’s efforts in the areas of strategic planning, learning, impact, and effectiveness. She also leads Lumina’s international engagement. Read more of our stories on post-secondary education: American education: It’s colleges, not college students, that are failing ►► 🤍 Want Americans to graduate college? Make it affordable. ►► 🤍 The problem with the push for more college degrees ►► 🤍 About Big Think | Smarter Faster™ ► Big Think The leading source of expert-driven, educational content. With thousands of videos, featuring experts ranging from Bill Clinton to Bill Nye, Big Think helps you get smarter, faster by exploring the big ideas and core skills that define knowledge in the 21st century. ► Big Think+ Make your business smarter, faster: 🤍 Want more Big Think? ► Daily editorial features: 🤍 ► Get the best of Big Think right to your inbox: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍
Less than seven percent of people worldwide have a bachelor's degree and for many, this is simply because the cost of university is too high, says higher education executive Adrian K. Haugabrook. In this barrier-breaking talk, he introduces an innovative approach to expanding access to higher education by driving down costs and rethinking three key things: time, place and how we learn. Visit 🤍 to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized talk recommendations and more. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. You're welcome to link to or embed these videos, forward them to others and share these ideas with people you know. Become a TED Member: 🤍 Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 TED's videos may be used for non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons License, Attribution–Non Commercial–No Derivatives (or the CC BY – NC – ND 4.0 International) and in accordance with our TED Talks Usage Policy (🤍 For more information on using TED for commercial purposes (e.g. employee learning, in a film or online course), please submit a Media Request at 🤍
Education is and always will be the great equalizer - the best vehicle for enabling people to actually live the kind of lives they want to live. What people don't want is essentially the education system we have right now. A standardized system with standardized assessments, leading to standardized outcomes that treats every kid exactly the same. But here’s the good news - there are incredible institutions of higher education who are giving us a vision of what the future of higher education will be. They are doing things that are modularized, individualized, customized using credentials instead of diplomas, to create better signals for employers. Collective Illusions is a 9-part series brought to you by Stand Together: a community of changemakers tackling our biggest challenges. Learn more here: 🤍 About Todd Rose: Todd Rose is the co-founder and president of Populace, a think tank committed to ensuring that all people have the opportunity to pursue fulfilling lives in a thriving society. Prior to Populace, he was a faculty member at Harvard University where he founded the Laboratory for the Science of Individuality and directed the Mind, Brain, and Education program. Todd is the best selling author of Collective Illusions, Dark Horse, and The End of Average. He lives in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Many people think the point of higher education is economic: graduates get better paying jobs and the economy gets the knowledge-workers it needs. But, there is another story. There is a role for higher education in skilling-up citizens so they can play an active and effective role in a democratic society. Hear from political philosopher, Professor Fred D'Agostino as he shares numerous examples of this alternative story. Fred D'Agostino is Professor of Humanities at The University of Queensland and was Executive Dean of Arts and Associate Dean of Arts (Academic) during his ten-year stint at UQ. He is a philosopher, author of four books, sometime editor of the journals Australasian Journal of Philosophy and Politics, and Philosophy and Economics. He co-edited the recent Routledge Companion to Political and Social Philosophy. A member of the UQ Senate for four years, he is interested in the purposes and processes of higher education. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and has held Australian Research Council and Australian Learning and Teaching Council grants. His next big project is on "the disciplines" (e.g. History, Sociology) and how they work. Brought to you by: University of Queensland (UQ) UQx UQ Advantage Office MezurX UQ's Faculty of Science UQ's School of Psychology UQ Union Pitcher Partners thecopyshopuq MailChimp TEDxUQ Team: Advisors: Professor Phillip Long & Dr. Jessica Gallagher Curator: Lawrence Kurniawan Wong Co-curator: Sheila Horas Speaker Outreach Coordinator: Hannah Thomas Event & Logistics Coordinator: Sabrina Wong Sponsorship & Financial Coordinator: Marya Atmeh Creativity & Marketing Coordinator: Ervin Liu Multimedia & Photography Coordinator: Lennon Cheng Sponsorship & Financial: Tom Robinson Multimedia & Photography: Anindra Iswara Event & Logistics: Steven Chan Event & Logistics: Joanne Cheong Creativity & Marketing: Yuxi Wang Master of Ceremony: Rebecca Dew Speaker Outreach: Jeremy Farley In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Russell McClain examines the role of implicit bias and stereotype threat - the fear of confirming another's biased views - in creating achievement gaps in higher education. Russell McLain, associate professor and associate dean at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, is a nationally recognized expert on the effects of implicit bias and stereotype threat in education. McClain graduated with honors from Carey Law in 1995 and began teaching there in 2006. He directs the academic support program and is the associate dean for diversity and inclusion. He also is a member of the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s Diversity Advisory Council and is president of the Association of Academic Support Educators. McClain’s scholarship explores whether implicit bias and stereotype threat converge to suppress the academic performance of minority groups, especially in higher education. He has made dozens of presentations and conducted numerous workshops for educational institutions, firms, judges, and professional groups. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
How to fix America’s broken higher education system New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 Half of all students who begin their higher education journey drop out, 68 percent of Americans never attain a higher education degree, and 73 percent of Americans go into fields unrelated to their higher education degree. Clearly, something is wrong with how we approach higher education. In turn, this approach contributes to societal ills, like unrealized contributions to humanity, unrealized potential, debt, despair, and pessimism. Professor and founder of Greater Commons Todd McLeod has a 12-step plan designed to revolutionize higher education in the U.S. to ensure that the higher education system can keep pace with our rapidly changing world. In 2019, Lumina Foundation and Big Think teamed up to create the Lumina Prize, a search to find the most innovative and scalable ideas in post-secondary education. Congratulations to Greater Commons, founded by Todd McLeod, the audience choice winner of the Lumina Prize! TODD MCLEOD Todd McLeod is the founder of Greater Commons, an online learning platform where individuals can learn and teach new skills. He has also worked as a tenured professor in California, teaching multiple disciplines such as business, information systems, computer science, and online education. TRANSCRIPT: TODD MCLEOD: I have a plan for building a better education system, but I need your help. For 20 years, I've served as a tenured professor in California. I've watched generations of students come to campus with hope in their eyes. They want better jobs. They want a brighter future. Yet half of them will not graduate. That's right. Half of those who begin higher education drop out. There is even more bad news, unfortunately, about the state of higher education. If you want to understand how bad higher education is in America, you need to know three numbers 50, 68, 73. We already talked about how 50% of those who begin higher education half of students who begin higher education drop out. This is a massive fail. But it gets worse. 68% of Americans never achieve a higher ed degree. The current system fails more than 2/3rds of Americans. This is another massive fail. Yet it still gets worse. Of those that do earn a degree, 73% go into a career different than their field of study. Students come to higher ed for better jobs. Yet 73% of the time they do not directly use what they learned. This is another massive fail. Higher education is failing Americans, and this leads to all kinds of breakdowns in our society and in the lives of young adults loneliness, pessimism, despair, debt, depression, opioids, suicide, lack of innovation, unrealized human potential, unrealized GDP, unrealized contributions to humanity. These are the true costs of our broken education system. This is a deeply concerning issue and a very important issue for us to solve. This is such an important issue, the United States government has identified the breakdown in education as a national security issue. To put it plainly, ladies and gentlemen, education has not kept pace with our rapidly changing world. And this is why we are creating Greater Commons. The first thing we've accomplished is that we've created classes that have been delivered to 312,223 students in 192 different countries. In these classes, we've tested and refined our theories on how education should be delivered in our digitally connected and rapidly changing world. We call our approach agile learning. Our courses have met with significant success, both in reviews from students and in the deliverable of getting students jobs. The second thing we've accomplished is that we've built our own learning platform to deliver classes. We knew we wanted to create more than what's in the marketplace right now, so we went through our code debt learning curve on this step. Through this process, we focused on optimizing for cost. For instance, the market currently charges $0.04 for each minute of video encoded. But because we built our own video encoder, we can do it for one-third of a cent. That's a 12x reduction in cost. To continue reading, please visit: 🤍
HxA Co-Founder Jonathan Haidt and President John Tomasi address the unique challenges currently facing higher education and discuss how we can begin taking steps to renew trust in our institutions — and in one another. Filmed at Heterodox Academy Conference 2022 in Denver, Colorado, June 2022.
Many faculty and instructors in higher education have little training on effective pedagogies. Thus, the purpose of this workshop is to help participants learn about research-based teaching and instructional practices in higher education.
There are 4 million fewer students in college now than there were 10 years ago, a trend possibly caused by a growing skepticism of a degree's value. The Hechinger Report's Jon Marcus explains the reasonings behind the shift and its long-term consequences. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Instagram: 🤍 Growing Number Of High Schoolers Are Opting Out Of Higher Education
We live in a new normal, where the pool of "traditional" students is decreasing as are enrollments; institutions are struggling to meet expenses, discounting is the norm, tuition assistance / grants are decreasing, and deferred maintenance is eating budges alive; and accountability is a "bad" word. Yet, most institutions continue to plan in the same ways they always have (if they do at all), and they are struggling to meet ends meet. Please join Dr. Drumm McNaughton, a 20+ year strategy and change management expert who has added over $500 million to organizations’ bottom lines, for a webinar on how education institutions can be more proactive in addressing their challenges through implementing new ways of planning and change. Attendees will learn how to: - Build a strong, strategic plan which is a living, breathing roadmap for your institution, not a static document that sits on the president's shelves gathering dust - Create the change management structures that drive implementation and provides the mechanisms for updating the plan as your operating environment changes (which it always does) - Create a shared vision for implementation that mitigates resistance to change - Build a strong leadership teams that can implement and make change stick , as it is in the execution which makes the difference for success or failure For more information and content for Higher Ed Leaders, visit us at: 🤍 #highereducation #HigherEdStrategicPlanning #HigherEdManagement #HigherEd
In the Higher Education Reimagined opening keynote, Microsoft President Brad Smith and Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Education, will share their views on what is needed to prepare higher education students and institutions for the future and Microsoft’s role in a higher education reimagined. Learn more here: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to #MicrosoftEDU on YouTube here: 🤍 Follow us on social! Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 For more about Microsoft Education, our technology, and our mission, visit 🤍
Learning Disability in Higher Education and the Professor Student Relationship The professor-student relationship in higher education may be one of mentorship, trust, and academia. In order to strive for this valuable relationship, we must adjust to the diverse population of students in higher education, particularly those with learning disabilities. A certain understanding of capability and confidence from both parties is needed in order to create an inclusive environment for prospering professor-student relationships. It’s time for students to advocate with a plan and for professors to listen with purpose. Altering how we take action will motivate professor-student relationships that will in turn stimulate growth within higher education. A native of the coastal town of Montara, California, Lexie Garrity is a junior at Vanderbilt University. She divides her time between her studies in premed as a Medicine, Health and Society Major; her office as club co-president of the Disabilities Awareness Partnership (DAP); the Vanderbilt Club Soccer Team; her membership in Pi Beta Phi; as well as other work, and internships. Lexie is honored to talk about learning disabilities in the context of improving student-professor communication. Additionally, she hopes to motivate others who have been diagnosed with a disability to pursue their educational and professional dreams. Lexie knows she would not have achieved what she has to this day without her diagnosis in her senior year of high school, and the subsequent support of professors, family, and friends. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Podcast: 🤍 A conversation with Dr Stephen Blackwood about Solzhenitsyn, our cultural inflection point, higher education, and the hunger of the young for meaning. Dr Stephen Blackwood is the president of Ralston College, a new university being founded in Savannah, Georgia. Ralston College is committed to an educational vision that enables students to lead lives of self-knowledge, freedom, and substance. Stephen Blackwood 🤍 on Twitter 🤍stephenblackwd Ralston College 🤍 on Twitter 🤍ralstoncollege Additional relevant links: Website: 🤍 Merchandise: 🤍 12 Rules for Life Tour: Dates, Cities and Venues: 🤍 Books: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: 🤍 Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 Reading List: 🤍 Self Authoring Suite: 🤍 Understand Myself personality test: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Support this channel: 🤍
Subscribe to the Real Time YouTube: 🤍 Bill delves into what ‘higher education’ in America really is: a racket that sells you a very expensive ticket to the upper middle class. Connect with Real Time Online: Find Real Time on Facebook: 🤍 Find Real Time on Twitter: 🤍 Find Real Time with Bill Maher Official Site: 🤍 Find Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO GO® 🤍 Find Real Time with Bill Maher on Connect: 🤍 Find Real Time on Instagram: 🤍 The Real Time blog: 🤍 It's HBO. Connect with HBO Online Find HBO on Facebook: 🤍 Follow 🤍HBO on Twitter: 🤍 Find HBO on Youtube: 🤍 Find HBO Official Site: 🤍 Find HBO Connect: 🤍 Find HBO GO: 🤍 Find HBO on Instagram: 🤍 Find HBO on Foursquare: 🤍 Check out other HBO Channels HBO: 🤍 Game of Thrones: 🤍 True Blood: 🤍 HBO Sports: 🤍 HBO Documentary Films: 🤍 Cinemax: 🤍 HBO Latino: 🤍
Deciding which option is best for you once you have completed your time at school or college can be a difficult task. We asked some of our students to tell us why university was the best route for them and why it may be for you too.
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Even before the global pandemic, universities around the world were facing a wave of change. The rapid evolution of digital technology has produced societal changes and different expectations in our learners. The lockdowns in the UK and the pivot to remote working threw these changes into sharp relief and ignited a heated discussion about the relative values of in-person sessions and online activity. In this talk, I aim to demonstrate that there is a false dichotomy between “face to face” and “online” and that the power has shifted from universities to learners in ways that have been supported by advances in connectivity. Finally, I will discuss how universities can reinvent themselves to lead by example in the climate emergency and increase participation through accessibility and flexibility to create work-ready graduates who are willing and able to participate as citizens. Helen is Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, I am responsible for providing strategic leadership of the academic function of the University, including the development of the academic portfolio, enhancement of the teaching and learning experience and leadership of the Deans of Faculty. I joined Chester on 1st April 2021 and before that was Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) at Keele University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
The future of higher education will be dominated by distance learning and at the heart of this process will be the cell phone. This will permit higher education to be offered in a cost effective manner throughout the world. Recorded at TEDxBaltimore January 2016. Kevin has has more than 40 years of experience in higher education administration. He has been the president of Stevenson University for 15 years, the third largest independent university in Maryland. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Faheem speaks powerfully about some of the challenges experienced by Black collegiate faculty, and raises questions about the success of recent attention given to diversity and inclusion at colleges and universities. A professor himself, Faheem highlights the value of having more diverse faculty ranks and points to some of the more successful strategies toward achieving this goal. Faheem is a tenured faculty member in Sinclair Community College’s history and AFS programs. Receiving the distinction of being the youngest male to be awarded tenure in liberal arts discipline at a 2- or 4-year institution, Faheem has excelled professionally. Faheem’s local research project covering West Dayton's now defunct Hog Bottom neighborhood has been recognized and showcased at the REACH Conference, National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, by the Association for The Study of African American Life and History. Faheem is co-lead of the Ubuntu Study Abroad program with Furaha Henry-Jones. The Ubuntu program has been recognized nationally at prestigious conferences such as The League of Innovation among others of distinction. The Ubuntu program is the only study abroad program nationally at the community college level with an acute academic focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. Black thought, Black academia, and Black excellence is very much at the forefront of Faheem’s socio-academic nexus. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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Discover how Campus Management is using the Microsoft Power platform and Dynamics 365 to build solutions to address the unique needs in Higher Education. Campus Management’s Engage solution allows Higher Education Institutions to gain insights across the student lifecycle and drive actions based on the holistic view of the student. In this video, you will learn how Campus Management used the Microsoft Power platform and the new Dynamics 365 Higher Education Accelerator in their Engage solution. Learn more: 🤍 Thank you for watching our video! Stay up-to-date with the latest news and updates from the Dynamics 365 Team by visiting: 🤍 The opportunities don’t stop there! We urge our community to continue learning through the following resources: Content Library: 🤍 Dynamics 365 Blog: 🤍 Free trial: 🤍 Subscribe to Dynamics 365 YouTube: 🤍 Dynamics 365 on Facebook: 🤍 Dynamics 365 on LinkedIn: 🤍 Dynamics 365 on Twitter: 🤍
Michael Ray | Higher Education (ft. Kid Rock, Lee Brice, Billy Gibbons & Tim Montana) (Lyric Video) Get your Michael Ray merchandise here: 🤍 Download or stream more songs by Michael: iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Stay in touch with Michael! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 For Michael Ray, music is his grandfather singing and sweating on a rural Florida stage. It’s the childhood refuge he found during the pain of his parents’ divorce. It’s family and stories, history and hope. Ray says music saved him, but it did even more: Music made him. In four short years, Ray has built an impressive foundation. Three No. 1 songs “Kiss You in the Morning,” “Think a Little Less,” and “One That Got Away,” plus “Get to You” and “Her World or Mine,” brings his tally to five Gold-certified singles. The poignant “Her World or Mine”––the third song off of his sophomore album Amos––also produced a video that has captured more than 19 million YouTube views since its debut less than a year ago. Now, two hit albums into that all-too-rare blend of critically acclaimed and commercially successful career, Ray has released “Whiskey And Rain,” the first single off of his upcoming project produced by GRAMMY-nominated song whisperer Ross Copperman. Proof that heartbroken wallowing can feel good if it swings, “Whiskey and Rain” also cements Ray as the ideal bridge between vintage country cool and modern country’s best sounds. See Ray live every Tuesday on his Honkytonk Tuesday virtual series, where he plays his favorite ‘80s and ‘90s tunes with surprise guests. #MichaelRay #HigherEducation
A conversation between Jordan Peterson, Heather Mac Donald, and Stephen Blackwood about higher education, and specifically about what the 'higher' of 'higher education' means. The conversation took place in New York City in April of 2019. Links of possible interest: Dr Jordan Peterson 🤍 Heather Mac Donald 🤍 🤍 Dr Stephen Blackwood 🤍 Ralston College 🤍 Ralston College Short Courses 🤍 #RalstonCollege
Visit 🤍 to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized talk recommendations and more. Out of the more than 70 million displaced people worldwide, only three percent have access to higher education. The Global Education Movement (GEM) is on a mission to change that with the first large-scale initiative of its kind to help refugee learners get bachelor's degrees and create pathways toward employment. Hear from students and the program's executive director, Chrystina Russell, about how GEM's flexible, competency-based model sets graduates up for success and empowerment wherever they are. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. You're welcome to link to or embed these videos, forward them to others and share these ideas with people you know. For more information on using TED for commercial purposes (e.g. employee learning, in a film or online course), submit a Media Request here: 🤍 Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍
Subscribe to our new REVOLT BLACK NEWS channel! 🤍 This "REVOLT Black News Weekly" conversation is an honest and unapologetic assessment about the state of higher education and Black America’s college students, as seen through the eyes of Paul Quinn University President Michael Sorrell, who also introduces programs to inspire them as they carve out their future plans and endeavors. Inspired by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ successful “State Of Emergency: The State of Black America & Coronavirus” town hall, “REVOLT BLACK NEWS” is a platform that is designed to report news from the perspective of Black people for Black people. “When I started REVOLT, I always wanted to develop a platform to report the news from our perspective, from our lens, from our people, so I decided to launch ’REVOLT BLACK NEWS.’” said Combs. “We’re here with solutions. We’ve already heard about what we can’t do, but this is what we can do.” Find REVOLT on TV here: 🤍 Stay connected with REVOLT here: Download our app for more exclusive content! iOS: 🤍 Android: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Snapchat: 🤍 TikTok: REVOLT
This jointly delivered talk by Dr. Thomas Newpher and undergraduate Ben Thier highlights how they are striving to make education a team-based, data-driven practice. They delve into novel research they have conducted on team-based learning, course structure, and classroom dynamics. Dr. Thomas Newpher teaches and advises for Duke's Undergraduate Studies in Neuroscience program. He earned his Ph.D. in molecular biology from Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Newpher’s current research focuses on identifying teaching practices that increase student learning and improve classroom dynamics. Ben Thier is a senior at Duke University studying neuroscience and education. In combining these two interests, he hopes to pursue graduate programs focusing on learning analytics and educational technology. Ben currently works with Dr. Thomas Newpher and Dr. Ng on the Collaboration in STEM Bass Connections team and with the Seli Lab under the Learning Innovation department. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
'Page One' filmmaker Andrew Rossi explores disruption in higher education in his latest documentary film, 'Ivory Tower.' Subscribe to FORBES: 🤍 Stay Connected Forbes on Facebook: 🤍 Forbes Video on Twitter: 🤍 Forbes Video on Instagram: 🤍 More From Forbes: 🤍 Forbes covers the intersection of entrepreneurship, wealth, technology, business and lifestyle with a focus on people and success.
WGU President Scott D. Pulsipher testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Ways & Means Oversight Subcommittee on June 29, 2021. President Pulsipher presented suggestions on “Expanding Access to Higher Education and the Promise It Holds.”
Hanna gives a talk about benefits of higher education in today's society. Dr. Hanna Jaff Bosdet was born on November 4, 1986. She is from Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. She has a Master of Arts in International Relations from Harvard University, a BA in Psychology, diplomas and studies in Political Science and Criminology from the National University in San Diego. Diplomas in Leadership from Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Monterrey. In March 2014, she received an honorary doctorate degree by the American Cultural Institute in Mexico; and in October 2014 she obtained an honorary doctorate by the Analytical Constructivist University of Mexico. In 2016, the World University Committee gave her a medal for ‘Academic Excellence’. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Doug Lederman, Editor of Inside Higher Ed will facilitates a conversation with higher education leaders from around the globe on what the future will look like in higher education as we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.