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How strong institutional partnerships serve transfer students well. Reflections on ED’s Raise The Bar Summit

IHEP Institute for Higher Education Policy

Five Key Lessons from TransferBOOST: Ensuring equitable student transfer outcomes requires consistency and intentionality. Serving transfer students well is an essential enrollment (and revenue) strategy. The post How strong institutional partnerships serve transfer students well.

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Student Wellness Resources

Purdue University Global

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and since May is right around the corner, it’s a good time to feature a new resource in the Academic Success Center: Student Wellness Resources.

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The Eight Dimensions of Student Wellness

EAB

Podcast The Eight Dimensions of Student Wellness Episode 158. EAB’s Lindsay Schappell, Matt Mustard, and Ed Venit explore the eight dimensions of wellness as they related to keeping students engaged, healthy, and on path academically. July 18, 2023. Welcome to the Office Hours with EAB podcast. Matt, what do you think?

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NCAA Sponsors 2023 Black Student Athlete Summit and Names Champions of Diversity and Inclusion

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

In addition, the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee (MOIC) and NCAA Office of Inclusion recently selected three 2023 Champions of Diversity and Inclusion, applauding them for their campus and community work in supporting underrepresented populations in intercollegiate athletics.

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Diversity Abroad Holds 10th Annual Global Inclusion Conference

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

4-7 in San Francisco – had more than 470 registered participants and more than 70 sessions on topics ranging from racist histories of education abroad, staff and student wellness, global learning at home, inclusive international student support, and workplace inclusion and belonging. The conference – which ran from Oct.

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Department of Public Works Notice: Potential Water Contamination

John Hopkins University Student Well-Being Blog

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website for additional information: General Information for the Public: [link] General Information for People with Weakened Immune Systems: [link] Prevention & Control – Immunocompromised Persons: [link] A Guide to Water Filters: [link] Thank you, Jon Links Vice Provost and Chief Risk Officer Bob McClean (..)

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Assisting students in distress

John Hopkins University Student Well-Being Blog

The student well-being website also continues to be a central portal to student health and well-being resources across all divisions and campuses. Thank you for your work in responding to student concerns and creating a safe and caring environment for all.