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Catch up on this week’s student affairs and higher education news that includes the debate on transgender policies at higher education institutions, the impact on the Obama administration’s new overtime rules on community colleges, IHEP’s release of 11 new papers around improving postsecondary ed data, and NASPA President Kevin Kruger responds to recent incidents of campus protest at DePaul and UC Irvine.
And now, summer previews. This one, though, is not a buddy comedy or an adventure in the Marvel universe. It’s better! NASPA’s Certified Peer Educator (CPE) program will be unveiled this July.
Each spring, BACCHUS peer education groups gather at the regional level to learn, network, and have fun. Here are the highlights.
Catch up on this week’s student affairs and higher education news that includes the ramifications of the Department of Labor’s new FLSA rules on campus structures; a review of IHEP’s recent panel discussions around tools for more comprehensive higher ed data; how universities can map to smarter risk and cost control; and fears for the future of UNC HBCUs.