Glassdoor Company Ratings Show Less Satisfaction Amongst LGBTQ+ Employees

Data in Glassdoor, indicates that LGBTQ+ employees rated their companies 3.27 stars out of 5, which is below the average overall rating for non-LGBTQ+ employees (3.47).  Forbes magazine examines the factors that may be contributing to this discrepancy and offers …

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Use online simulations for historical role play

How online simulations help students develop historical empathy
As the program director for history at Excelsior College — a fully online college that primarily serves adult learners — I have a particular interest in engaging experiences that incorporate social-emotional learning …

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Tech Pay Gap Indicates Improvement, But Much Work Still To Be Done

Bloomberg in a recent article reported that in 2020, 59% of men hired into the tech field were paid more than women for comparable work.  The discrepancy in pay was, on average, 3%.  While this is by no means good …

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American Indian College Fund Combats Cultural Erasure

Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum created a media firestorm recently when he said in a speech that the founders of the United States, “birthed a nation from nothing.”

His remarks highlighted the pervasive issue of the erasure of Native People …

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Living At Home During College: Pros And Cons Explored

According to a 2017 study by Sallie Mae, approximately half of all college students have lived at home to cut costs.  Making the decision to live at home while attending college can be a tough one to figure out.  On …

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FREE virtual networking events for New Jersey educators

Virtual Networking Event – Wednesday June 2nd

NJ ED Recruit is planning a series of FREE virtual networking events for
New Jersey educators and schools starting June 2nd from 3:45-5pm!  Click here to learn more and to register as a K-12 candidate …

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Welcome to Launch Bridges

Introducing Project-based Internships

Our newest type of Immersive Experience, Launch Bridges offers short-term (usually between 20 and 40 hours over 2-8 weeks), project-based, virtual internships with a Drew community partner that provide accessible experiential learning and transferable skill development opportunities. …

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10 Strategies for Encouraging Students to Ask Questions

How can we encourage students to develop their own questions? And, once they create them, what’s next?

Questioning is an essential part of any classroom. Oftentimes, however, it’s the teacher asking them or students asking fairly simple informative ones.

What …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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Student Spotlight: Maria Rosero C’21

Maria Rosero C’21                               

Majors: History and Spanish
Minor: Law, Justice, & Society
Phi Alpha Theta (History)
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish)
Launch Career Communities: Social Impact, Education, Law & Government and Arts, Communications & Languages
Launch Identity/Affinity Communities: First-Generation, Commuter, Ethnic / …

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Student Spotlight: Alyssa Clare O’Brien C’21

Alyssa Clare O’Brien C’21                                
Major: Theatre Arts
Minor: Film Studies
Launch Career Community: Arts, Communications & Languages
Launch Identity/Affinity Community: Commuter

What attracted you to Drew?

I knew about Drew because as a high school student I was a part …

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