Struggles with time management are common for everyone: students, employees, and people of all ages. But research suggests we can overcome these struggles. And when we do, stress levels are more manageable, satisfaction with work is greater, and grades and study habits improve.
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Today, higher education institutions are adopting similar kinds of models to teach adults various skills, and award them with digital badges that can be displayed on résumés, e-portfolios, personal websites, and social media pages. What’s the philosophy behind digital badging programs? And how do they work? Here’s what you need to know.
Natasha Bolourirad, a student in College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, shares her experience at the CSU Center at Todos Santos – in her own words.
Being present in an online course means spending quality time in the course, responding to discussion threads, sharing additional resources, creating videos, and writing summaries of ideas students have shared.
Less than two years since inception, the CSU Center at Todos Santos has become a unique education education and research site for CSU professors and students. ,
National Renewable Energy Laboratory will help the CSU System and partners develop strategies to create a sustainable “net zero” district at the future National Western Center.
During an eight-mile training run recently, my thoughts turned to “Why do I run?” and “Why do I keep going?” Chuckling to myself, I knew the answers immediately. I run because of the numerous health benefits, and I keep going to achieve my goals. I think these ideas translate well to finding the motivation to get an education.
Psychology is the second most popular major in the U.S. (after business), yet when it comes to career planning, many people believe they cannot get a job in psychology or a related field without a graduate degree.
Technological advancement has changed the writing process throughout the years. Just think about how different writing a paper on a modern computer is compared to writing a paper on an early generation computer, or a word processor, or a typewriter, or even by hand.
The transition from struggle to success is the premise of a groundbreaking new partnership between Colorado State University and Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.