Six Aspects of U.S. Culture International Students Need to Know

For many international students, studying in the USA brings excitement about learning and living in a different culture. Some international students want to prepare by understanding what cultural difference they will encounter in the United States. Luckily, you don’t have …

Posted by Linsay Arnold
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Encouraging a Community of Proactive Bystanders

Learning from a 2019 campus incident.

Posted by Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson Director of Digital Communications & Strategy
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4 Ph.D. neuroscience students from other countries share the challenges of studying in the US

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(THE CONVERSATION) International students make important contributions to the U.S. They can enrich scientific research through diversity of thought. They pay taxes, support businesses …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Ways Colleges Offer Alternatives to Study Abroad

Virtual global education programs rise in popularity as the coronavirus pandemic continues to restrict travel.

Not everyone has the ability to travel due to financial constraints, immigration complications or family situations, so virtual international education provides access to students who …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Showing up to the classroom with empathy

Focusing on the 4 L’s of empathy — listening, labeling, linking and letting go — can help education leaders build stronger connections, temper emotions and avoid focusing on conflicts

Read the full story here.

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Educator Trends going into the 2022 school year

We are getting half way through the first full school year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and some serious trends are happening across schools and districts

Read more about these trends here.

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Interested in being a substitute Teacher? Read about the new requirement changes in NJ

NJ recently changed substitute teaching requirements so that anyone with 30 or more credits can now sub. Those with less than 60 credits still have to be enrolled in school.

Chester School Disctrict in New Jersey is looking to hire …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Choosing Between Housing on or off Campus

The sticker price for off-campus housing may look cheaper, but students should be aware of hidden costs.

First-year college students often are expected or required to live in residence halls or dormitories. In subsequent years, it’s usually up to those …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Drew Performing Arts Access Coordinators

Are you interested in making the performing arts at Drew more accessible?
Join the Drew Performing Arts Access Coordinators (DPAAC)!

We are looking for new members to become access coordinators at our spring semester productions for captioning, audio descriptions, and …

Posted by Dan Loughrey
Dan Loughrey Assistant Director, Center for Career Development
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1,500 Decisions a Day (At Least!): How Teachers Cope With a Dizzying Array of Questions

Teachers make approximately 1,500 decisions per day, especially with all the new technologies teachers are expected to do and Covid related decisions.  How do they cope?  Read more here

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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