3 bits of higher education news you need to know

ecampusnews | August 23, 2019

3 bits of higher education news you need to know
Science at a beauty pageant, social media-savvy students, and ever-present budget challenges: higher education news has got all bases covered when it comes to unique developments. If you’re paying attention to the higher education news headlines, you know institutions are experiencing the highs and lows of modern-day education. Some are leveraging the media savvy of students, and others are trying to determine how to deal with pressing funding issues while still giving students a top-notch education that prepares them for workplace success. We’ve gathered some of the most interesting headlines to give you a quick and easy catch-up on all things higher ed. Read on to learn what’s new in higher education. A number of universities are using students as social media ambassadors, according to Forbes. “Student ambassadors from the University of Delaware and other schools with similar programs such as Kent State University, Babson College, University of Central Florida or New York University post about anything from game day apparel to what they had for breakfast in the cafeteria. These posts showcasing everyday experiences make prospective students realize the university could be a home for them too

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