Augsburg College, along with the Kettering Foundation and the National Issues Forums Institute, organized a panel of government, business, and higher education leaders to discuss student preparedness.
The main issue on the agenda was the need for integrated learning in higher education – broadened skills such as critical thinking and problem solving – combined with career-specific training.
Read “In an evolving career landscape, how should colleges prepare students?” on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s site to learn more about the panel.
Yemissrach “Yemi” Melka ’15, a chemistry and international relations student, recently spoke with Beckie Supiano of The Chronicle of Higher Education about Melka’s participation in the Model United Nations. Melka, a Peace Scholar, is interested in exploring how scientists can use their expertise to promote international peacemaking. Listen to “A Science Student Talks Her Way onto the Model UN Team.”
When The Chronicle of Higher Education was looking for Minnesota institutions to visit for a story on the changing demographics of the state, Augsburg College was a natural choice.
Augsburg, after all, has a student body that has grown more and more diverse in recent years. This year’s first-year class in the Day College is made up of 42 percent students of color.
Below is the story that is on the front page of the current issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education, the leading source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. The publication has a total readership of 350,000 and its Website receives more than 12 million page views per month. Continue reading “Augsburg featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education”