Moderator Dean Youngblood discusses cross-cultural awareness and practice in K-12 classrooms with Ana I. Berdecia, M.Ed. and Sandra GB Iturbides.


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Refer to this comprehensive student glossary any time you wonder what a term used at Thomas Edison State University means.


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Imagine affecting real change and making a difference in your community - all while earning college credit and building your future career.


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Dr. Joseph Youngblood, dean of the John S. Watson School of Public Service, discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and how two local hospitals have responded to the public health crisis.


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Like anyone else out there, life didn’t stop just because I was pursuing a degree. Each day was an exercise in organization and time management.


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A discussion on voter registration history and the importance of civic engagement through voting.


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Law and policy is an application of your STEM degree that will require you to take high volumes of scientific data and distill it into a format accessible to the non-technical reader.


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In these trying times, it may feel more overwhelming than ever to earn your college degree. But it doesn't have to be that way.


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If your background is in computer science, what happens when you foray into the world of the Internet of Things or IoT device development?


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