Since 1889, Agnes Scott has inspired students to discover new opportunities, new challenges and new strengths through a liberal arts education in a setting dedicated to women. Its award-winning faculty helps students gain the tools — a well-rounded knowledge of the arts and sciences, critical thinking and leadership skills, and an appreciation of world cultures — that provide a lifetime of success and satisfaction.
AFA is an organization devoted to the study and promotion of knowledge about financial economics. The purpose of AFA is to provide for the mutual association of persons with an interest in finance; to improve public understanding of financial problems; to provide for the exchange of financial ideas; and to encourage the study of finance in colleges and universities.Less
ASTA is a membership organization for string and orchestra teachers and players, helping them to develop and refine their careers. ASTA provides a vast array of services, including its National Orchestra Festival, an award-winning scholarly journal, job postings, local and national events, and access to a vibrant and sharing string community.Less
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Many state colleges and universities were once tuition-free. Now, tuition costs at both public and private schools continue to grow, causing increasing concern for students and their families. Completing college has many benefits, including strong correlations to employment, income, and health. We must find ways to make college affordable to more people by creating more scholarships, making changes in the college cost structure, and finding ways to reduce tuition and total costs.
Is fostering a workplace environment in which apologies and reconciliation are commonplace something to aspire to, or is it a silly notion? Why are apologies so difficult, and what constitutes a genuine apology? Daniel B. Griffith explores these questions, reminds us that genuine apologies and responses to them take their own time and course, and shares how leaders and employers can foster environments and circumstances that allow time and space for reconciliation to occur.
When it comes to interviewing for a job, preparation is key, but you should be careful not to overdo it. You want to do just enough research so that you know what to expect, can speak intelligently, and wow your interviewers with a few key facts about the college or university. However, don't do so much research that you sound as though you're reciting their marketing materials. Do you know the other keys to a successful interview? Find out the basics in this interview guide.