The University of Central Arkansas aspires to be a premier learner-focused public comprehensive university, a nationally recognized leader for its continuous record of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, scholarly and creative endeavors, and engagement with local, national, and global communities. UCA is committed to excellence through the delivery of outstanding undergraduate and graduate education that remains current and responsive to the diverse needs of those it serves.
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NAAV assists the severely wounded warriors, especially single parent service members, military caregivers, disabled veterans and their families by helping them access their benefits, improving communications and coordination for veterans and collaborating among health agencies, medical professional, organizations, educational organization and the general public.Less
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As we return to campus, the new, in-person and post-pandemic work environment will certainly be an adjustment. To perform well, you have to make choices about your environment to break habits from your remote setting and undo what Zoom has done to you. Here are some adjustments to make as you return to campus, including setting new boundaries, showing more compassion, and more.
The Chaos Theory of Careers states that people who are developing their careers are part of complex, dynamic open systems, and as a result they are subject to complexity, change, and chance. Change is inevitable, sometimes anticipated and other times unexpected. So how can you survive and thrive in the chaos of a higher education career?
It goes without saying that change comes slowly in higher education, but recent studies show that institutions have become more diverse and made stronger commitments to diversifying personnel across race and gender. This is a positive trend toward gender equity, but there are still three main obstacles institutions must address to be a safe and supportive environment for women leaders.