The LEAP Challenge Blog


By: Donna Heiland, Vice President and Special Assistant to the President, Emerson College In my last post, I wrote that collaboration was a... read more
By: David Brakke, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics, James Madison University During the conference, engaged or engagement were used... read more
By: David Brakke, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics, James Madison University Networking, networking, networking. AAC&U’s Annual... read more
By: Jim Salvucci, Dean, The School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Stevenson University We got so much in common We strive for the... read more
By: David Brakke, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics, James Madison University Expectations and outcomes, networks and connections,... read more
By: Donna Heiland, Vice President and Special Assistant to the President, Emerson College Collaboration: hard to pull off, but great when... read more
Nov 4, 2013 | Rick Davis
In May I had the pleasure of speaking at a lively TEDx conference titled “Reimagining Liberal Education” at my alma mater, Lawrence... read more
Sep 13, 2013 | Susan Albertine
A visit to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UW-W) brought me back to an idea from my first LEAP blog post: LEAP frameworks can... read more
Sep 6, 2013 | Carol Geary Schneider
President Obama's recent speeches and proposals focused on college access, completion, and costs have generated much media coverage and... read more
By Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at American University's School of International Service (SIS). This... read more

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