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When designing campus visits for job candidates, colleges and universities must understand that many factors can create barriers that hinder candidates from fully demonstrating their talents. Those obstacles can especially impact applicants with disabilities by creating contexts that situationally impair them. The reality is that people are ability and functionally diverse, and all of us
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The Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday released a draft of its funding bill for federal higher education programs that mirrors the priorities of the House’s version, though with slightly lower investments. Over all, the legislation for fiscal year 2022 provides $26.4 billion for federal student aid programs and another $3.38 billion for higher education programs, an increase
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Shortly after marijuana was legalized in Denver, I became an HR director for a construction company based right there in the Mile High City. The company had yet to update any policies regarding positive drug tests, and by Week Two I was thrown into the blaze to handle an employee drug test. One of our
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Today on the Academic Minute, part of University of California, Irvine, Week: Amal Alachkar, associate professor of teaching and pharmaceutical sciences, examines ways to help mitigate the fallout from war trauma. Learn more about the Academic Minute here. Source link
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Keirsten Greggs is a talent acquisition consultant and career coach. In 2019 she founded TRAP Recruiter, LLC, to bring trust, relationship-building, accountability, and a proactive approach back into the recruiting lifecycle. She engages with a broader audience via her blog, as a guest speaker, as a guest on various podcasts, facilitating workshops and training, and
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