The Bonadio Group and UNYCC are hosting our Virtual College & University Breakfast Series. Please join us for an interactive discussion on a variety of emerging topics related to accounting and auditing. Our session will cover ASU 2016-02, Leases, changes to employee benefit plan audits required by SAS No. 136, and best practices for NCAA Agreed-Upon Procedures reporting.
In addition, we will provide an update on the current status of Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) reporting requirements, and how to prepare for an audit of the funds under the OMB Uniform Guidance.
Questions will be encouraged during the presentation via the chat feature.
Monday, May 17, 2021 9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. E.D.T.
Jasna Bogdanovska, Assistant Professor of Photography, Monroe Community College, will discuss a virtual collaboration between MCC Studio Photography students and their Brazilian counterparts enrolled in Design of International Cooperation Projects for Development class at the Federal University of Pernambuco in Brazil.
Jonathon Little, Associate Professor of Geography, Monroe Community College, will discuss his Turkish COIL experience in 2017, and how it opened the doors to multiple opportunities professionally and for students.
Christina Lee, Global Education Coordinator, Monroe Community College will share her experience fostering global connections through COIL and the ways virtual learning fits into the College’s internationalization strategy.
Join us for this free, three part, interactive, Teagle Foundation-supported faculty development series exploring topics related to the science of learning in the time of COVID. You can attend one or all of these sessions. Previous topics have included: strategies to address lack of motivation and engagement, effective methods for teaching and learning remotely, strategies for teaching during crisis and beyond.
Join with colleagues from institutions across the nation and the globe to learn how
the brain responds to uncertainty and disruption and related strategies for teaching and learning in a precarious world
to prepare for a world that will be different and how to help students with the transition
to collaborate and support each other during this semester
Applying Principles of the Learning Sciences to Faculty Questions and Challenges (20 mins)
Going Deeper with Colleagues (25 mins in breakout sessions)
Sharing the Learning Across Conversations (15 minute debrief)
Flower Darby celebrates and promotes excellent teaching for the sake of our students and their learning. She’s the Assistant Dean of Online and Innovative Pedagogies at Northern Arizona University, where she’s taught for over 23 years in English, Educational Technology, Leadership, Dance and Pilates. Flower teaches face-to-face, blended and online classes at NAU, and she also teaches online classes at Estrella Mountain Community College. She loves to apply effective teaching principles and practices across the disciplines and to help others do the same. Flower speaks, writes, presents and consults on teaching and learning theory and practice both nationally and internationally. She’s the author, with James M. Lang, of Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes (2019).
One lucky registrant from a member institution will win a copy of Flower’s recent book, Small Teaching Online
While attendance is free, registration is required.
The American Council on Education (ACE) brought together Active Minds, the JED Foundation, the Steve Fund and several others organizations to prepareMental Health, Higher Education and COVID-19, a special report focusing on strategies for leaders to support campus well-being for students, staff and faculty. This special report lends insights into institutional planning including communication, the well-being of all campus stakeholders and the need for assessment.
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Women of higher education, higher education adjacent fields, or those contemplating a life in academia are invited to join colleagues from the Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts (PCLA) at a professional development webinar for women. This virtual “Inspire” panel and Q/A, offered in collaboration with Wisr, will take place from 11am – 12:30pm EDT on April 21st.
Join with others from around the nation to learn about senior leaders’ experiences persevering within, and adjacent to, the academy. In addition to Kate Volzer, co-founder and CEO of Wisr, three senior leaders from the PCLA membership will be sharing their career/life trajectories:
Barbara K. Altmann, PhD, president of Franklin & Marshall College,
Brontè Burleigh-Jones, PhD, vice president for Finance and Administration at Dickinson College, and
Jesse Gale, PhD, chief communications officer at Bryn Mawr College.
The goal of the panel is to highlight stories of perseverance within and adjacent to the academy including practical advice related to successful negotiation (for one’s self and on behalf of an institution), being true to one’s self in male dominated environments. While the speakers are drawn from small liberal arts institutions, the presentations are broadly scoped to all higher education sectors and higher education adjacent fields (consortia, K-12, foundations, consultants, etc.)
Interested women may register for the webinar by clicking on the button below.
On March 13th, the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) released its Keep Americans Connected Pledge,
calling on broadband and telephone service providers to maintain and improve
connectivity as the US confronts COVID-19.
To date, more than 500 companies have signed on agreeing to waive late
fees and to maintain service.
Students who find themselves working off-campus with limited internet access can take advantage of opportunities that range from lifted data restrictions, some number of free months of service for new customers, waived overages and/or broadly available hotspots.