By John Fry (excerpted from Higher Education Today) For the past seven years, I’ve worked at a university that is about as far removed as possible from an ivory-tower institution. Drexel University was founded 125 […]
Month: March 2017
Deportation Fears Hurt American Health System
Recent policy changes from the White House regarding immigration are likely to play a role in worsening non-citizens’ health — and worsening the health of Americans’ pocketbooks — according to a professor in the Dornsife […]
Q+A: How Can Higher Ed Catch Up With The Demand For Cybersecurity Pros?
One field rife with job opportunities in our economy’s recovery from the Great Recession is cybersecurity — some estimates have the demand in this sector surging to 1.5 million positions by 2020. The trouble, however, is […]
Shaping the 21st Century Urban Strategist
Urban living can be a blessing and a curse; you have amenities like ease of transportation, the ability to learn from multiple cultures, food and technology…but those pot holes are awful. Why does it take […]
Q+A: Why Are More Young People Getting Colon Cancer?
A new study from the American Cancer Society points out a mysterious trend: Colorectal cancer rates are declining rapidly overall in the United States, but increasing among young adults. In fact, compared with Americans born […]