Weekly Highlights for Sept. 30

Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.

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Advancement News 

UK inquiry to look at impact of HE post-Brexit—The U.K.’s parliamentary education committee will examine how British universities can remain competitive.

Campus career centers: All in a day’s work—U.S. institutions’ career services offices stretch to offer students new options.

Why more black students are enrolling in HBCUs—Some students say they feel safer on majority-black U.S. campuses.

Non-traditional students are becoming the new normal—Nearly half of those enrolled in higher education are “non-traditional.” A quarter are over the age of 30.

A social justice agenda for community college—Community colleges can have major social impact, as one California, U.S., chancellor discusses.


Trending in CASE Communities

Shared by CASE Members

Over on the Princeton University social blog, explore the #TellUsTigers story project.

On Twitter, the University of Missouri and University of Kansas are dishing it Mean Girls-style.

Kayce and Kayla are twin sisters enrolled in the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill’s dental hygiene program. Here’s a day in their lives.

University of Nottingham first-year students did a whole lotta snapping during move-in.


Sweet: Carnegie Mellon University students are prepping for Donut Dash.


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