Celebrating Ability

According to the United States Census Bureau, close to 20% of the U.S. population fit the broad definition of having a disability. And […]

Your Vote and the U.S. Constitution

The right to vote is clearly stated in the U.S. Constitution, right? The answer is more complex than you may think! On one […]

Learning from our Past, Planning our Future

A quick read of a national newspaper will validate reports that social injustices continue to devastate communities across the United States. With this […]

Zika Virus: Symptoms, Infection, and Prevention

The ongoing spread of the Zika virus is casting a pall over the busy summer travel season. The Centers for Disease Control and […]

Compassion and Acceptance in the Online Classroom

The more we learn about each other, the more we learn about the world. That statement holds true in the online classroom, where […]

Confronting Unconscious Bias in Hiring Practices

So much of today’s job search and recruiting process takes place online that you can go through several rounds of interviews before you […]

Lifting the Veil of Secrecy Surrounding Mental Illness

Since 1949, the month of May has been recognized in the United States as Mental Health Awareness Month, in an ongoing effort to […]

Why Getting an MBA Is Especially Beneficial for Women

Earning an MBA is a winning proposition for all students, but especially for women. Females who step up to the challenge find that […]

How Military Experience Pays Off for Online Students

Online learning is a daily exercise in self-discipline. As you’re not required to drive or walk to classes – and arrive at a […]

Title IX and Gender Equality in Higher Education

Since 1987, the United States has officially recognized the month of March as Women’s History Month. The 2016 theme, as selected by the […]

How Online Learning Can Benefit Students with Chronic Health Issues

Candy de la Garrigue enjoyed a fulfilling, lucrative career in telecommunications until a sneeze changed her life. She threw out her back when […]

Reflections on Black History Month

February 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the first observance of Black History Month. While African-American history is sewn deeply into the fabric […]