Director of the Chapman journalism program—and mother of four recent college grads—Susan F. Paterno leads you through the admissions process to help you and your family make the best decision possible.
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The coach's guide to beating the Freshman Fifteen, Sophomore Slump, crippling anxiety, and your worst hangover!
The dilemmas faced by disadvantaged college students seeking upward mobility and what educators can do to help these students flourish
Across America, universities have become big businesses—and our cities their company towns. But there is a cost to those who live in their shadow.
Urban universities play an outsized role in America’s cities. They bring diverse ideas and people together and they generate new innovations.
First published as The Years That Matter Most
From best-selling author Paul Tough, an indelible and explosive book on the glaring injustices of higher education, including unfair admissions tests, entrenched racial barriers, and crushing student debt. Now updated and expanded for the pandemic era.
When higher education works the way it&rsquo
An indispensable guide for college students, adapted from the world’s most popular and bestselling career book, What Color Is Your Parachute?
Crack the code to college admissions and help students craft the ultimate statement of self-identity and get into their school of choice with this groundbreaking guide from America's College Counselor.
On average, an admissions committee takes seconds to decide whether to admit a student.
How southern universities continue to wrestle with the words and symbols that embody and perpetuate Old South traditions
The US South is a rhetorical landscape that pulsates with division, a place where words and symbols rooted in a deeply problematic past litter the ground and contaminate the soil. Stephen M.
From the bestselling author of What the Best College Teachers Do, the story of a new breed of amazingly innovative courses that inspire students and improve learning
A timely exploration of intellectual dogmatism in politics, economics, religion, and literature--and what can be done to fight it
What happens to teaching when you consider the whole body (and not just “brains on sticks”)?
Starting from new research on the body—aptly summarized as “sitting is the new smoking”—Minding Bodies aims to help instructors improve their students’ knowledge and skills through physical movement, attention to the spatial envi
What should theological education become?
Theological education has long been successful in the United States because of its ability to engage with contemporary cultural realities. Likewise, despite the existential threats facing it today, theological education can continue to thrive if it is once again reinvented to fit with the needs of current times.