The nursing lack of involvement is a new and thriving program offered to nursing students who wish to be a part of the Corps of Cadets. The Corps enhances their undergraduate nursing education by providing the unique leadership and management training along with the practical experience looked-for for success; either in the Army or in [...]
Traditionally speaking, school starts in late Dignified or early September, but with colleges these days, students are starting nearly any time. For students who are preparing for next semester at college or for those high school seniors looking to be in college within the next year, the writing on the wall is: Apply Early and [...]
A fleeting record highlighting the Clay Elliott Erudition. Prospective applicants are encouraged to watch this record to find out more about the Clay Elliott Erudition. Please visit our website at www.attitudesforeducation.com
Jess Allison, unisa student, talks about the Don Hawke Memorial Erudition and what it means to her to have won the award.
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Dr. Elizabeth Higginbotham of the University of Delaware gives her address, “Reframing work for black women: Master narratives as constraints to erudition”, as part of the panel conversation titled “Black women sociologists and work”. Presented at the Black Women in the Ivory Tower Conference on March 6th, 2009 in Trayes Hall at Rutgers University.
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UNM Live interviews four students in the National Merit, Achievement, and Hispanic Recognition Scholar programs about their first two weeks at UNM, in and out of the classroom