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Does tech revolution change education’s foundational goals?
It is commonplace to recognize that changes in societal norms and needs, including technological developments, change our academic programs and educational goals. For example, the development of land grant universities – focused on agriculture and technology – in the … Continue reading
Status of Online Learning
As we complete our commencement celebrations and look ahead to the next academic year, we have an important opportunity to reflect on broader developments, such as the role and impact of technology on our educational programs. At the height of … Continue reading →
Many Identities – One SDSU Community
Recent events at the University of Oklahoma and UCLA have highlighted something that, in our hearts, we already knew. We have a long way to go in achieving fair and equal treatment of every person on our college campuses. To … Continue reading →
Lessons Learned at the Family Table
Earlier this month, my family gathered to celebrate my mother’s 80th birthday – a wonderful opportunity to celebrate a life well-lived. To engage in understatement, my mother was not a typical mother. Unlike some of her contemporaries, she was not … Continue reading →
Spring Brings New Initiatives in Research and Creative Endeavors
The arts and sciences present complementary ways of understanding and engaging the world, but both enhance our quality of life and the meaning of our lives – from the powerful insights and emotional experiences produced by great works of art … Continue reading →
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