As the costs of education, class sizes, and competition in a post-recession work force grow, universities will explore the ways in which students may graduate with high opportunities for employment in their chosen field.
By Dr. Daniel Sherrard. Sub-Saharan Africa has the fastest growing and youngest population in the world. By 2035, 375 million young people will reach working age on the continent.
The American University of Beirut (AUB) in partnership with the Global Confederation of Higher Education Associations for Agricultural and Life Sciences (GCHERA), EARTH University and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation has launched a project to introduce key elements of success in university transformation, which have been modeled by EARTH University and other institutions, to universities in […]
The theory of Change is a methodology that was developed to assist in understanding and explaining how change takes place and how the interventions lead to desired outcomes and goals. “Theory of Change is essentially a comprehensive description and illustration of how and why the desired change is expected to happen in a particular context. […]
This research is a cross-institutional survey focusing on the identification of important soft skills needed for successful transition from completion of baccalaureate degrees to competitive employment in agriculture, natural resources and related careers. Required Soft skills – APLU