What’s new this week:
Noel Harmon, president of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund, urges the importance of including Asian Americans in discussions of income inequity and higher ed access issues in a piece for Inside Higher Ed.
In a post for the Scientific American blog, Grinnell College President Raynard Kington weighs in on the very complicated issue of racial and ethnic bias in scientific research funding.
Longwood University Professor Catherine Franssen explains how amphetamines work in this LiveScience article.
This University Business roundup of campus healthcare facts to know for adjunct professors and part-time staff highlights Grinnell College’s practice of offering the same health benefits as full-time faculty and staff.
Teens need a strong, large support system, and this Washington Post piece includes expert advice and tips from Oxford College of Emory University Professor Catherine Bagwell on how to help them build it.
This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to check out what emotion has to do with marketing (hint—everything).
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