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How to Build a Global Citizen

Minerva University offers an unconventional blueprint
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A Collective Approach to Wellbeing

The University of Washington’s Resilience Lab is shifting campus culture through collaboration
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Wellbeing Curriculum: A Student’s Perspective

Health and wellness belong in the classroom, according to Georgetown University student Nestory Ngolle
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Interview with Paul Tough, journalist and author of “The Inequality Machine”

Author Paul Tough discusses his latest reporting on higher education’s value proposition and how that influences the enduring mission (or myth) of college as a path towards greater social equity.
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The Jed Foundation/SHEEO Mental Health and Equity Initiative

Multi-state learning community focuses on intersecting policy issues

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The Jed Foundation/SHEEO Mental Health and Equity Initiative

Multi-state learning community focuses on intersecting policy issues
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The Furman Advantage

How Furman University turned a learning culture into a leading asset
Mental HealthFlourishing

Filling the Research Gap on Student Health and Wellbeing

The Student Life Study at Kent State University aims to inform campus policies that produce happier and healthier students

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How to Build a Global Citizen

Minerva University offers an unconventional blueprint
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Looking for meaning in college? Try discussing a great book.

The exploration that comes with the humanities may be more important than ever
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Transformational Learning

The Prison Education Project of Washington University in St. Louis paves the way for rigorous liberal arts degree programs in prison

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The Jed Foundation/SHEEO Mental Health and Equity Initiative

Multi-state learning community focuses on intersecting policy issues
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Let Them Scream!

Higher education administrators should support student protests and uphold institutional values
Access & InclusionTeaching & Learning

Transformational Learning

The Prison Education Project of Washington University in St. Louis paves the way for rigorous liberal arts degree programs in prison

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A Collective Approach to Wellbeing

The University of Washington’s Resilience Lab is shifting campus culture through collaboration
Flourishing

A Global Mindset

A unique higher education/workforce collaboration aims to fill the sustainability-skills gap – and change the world
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Identity, Work, and Purpose

Designing a college experience for fulfillment in life and career

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Let Them Scream!

Higher education administrators should support student protests and uphold institutional values
PerspectivesAccess & Inclusion

Digging Deep with David McGhee

Questions and Answers with the Chief Executive Officer of the Steve Fund
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Equal Measures

The national debate over the value of college should include wellbeing