The above video is in Spanish but you can see the passion. From 18,000 students to 119 now eleven months later 452 …. quite a career move. Dr Ricardo Antillon now Rector (President) of Universidad San Pablo Guatemala explains why he gave up his leadership of a strong and growing university in Honduras to take […]
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Student Mentoring Unpacked
Can we do this using elearning? One of the highlights of our visit to Bethany International was meeting Carol Freeman, Dean of Student Mentoring. Carol explained the school’s mentoring program that all students participate in as they move through their undergraduate experience. It’s really intense as you will hear in the podcast episode. The result is […]
H.E. … It’s in the Genes for Olivet and Bethany
My host was dropping me off at the Admin building at Olivet University in Scotts Valley just south of San Francisco CA. Our car turned into a village like community snuggled in the countryside with bush (that’s Australian) all around. We approached the sign and it was hard to distinguish what was university and what […]
What Does a Xxxxxx Graduate Look Like?
I have been challenging academics with that question for many years. The Xxxxxx part is their discipline e.g. What does a Perioperative Nursing Graduate look like? It is all about defining excellence in students who complete a program or discipline. It is about the difference between good and excellent not between good and unacceptable. “What […]