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Writing Your Book for Minoritized Women Academics with Jane Jones, PhD

The Academic Designer

Book coach Jane Jones on anxieties and struggles when writing your book. Your book is meaningful and you want to see it out in the world. Authors, this interview is for you!

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From Past to Present: New Book Explores the Importance of HBCUs

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

But the book is not merely an exercise in nostalgia. Featured in the book are the voices of HBCU leaders who reflect on these challenges, as they work to foster an environment that supports student success. Gasman and Esters point out that the goal in writing the book was to “examine, in deep and meaningful ways, the power of HBCUs.”

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Should You Turn Your Dissertation Into a Book?

The Chronicle of Higher Education

What to consider if you plan to convert your doctoral thesis into your first published book. By Rebecca Colesworthy What to consider if you plan to convert your doctoral thesis into your first published book.

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Student housing ‘fake bookings’ trend causes headache for UK providers

The PIE News

Rogue accommodation agents and housing marketplaces in China are bulk-booking rooms in purpose-built student housing only to cancel them later, causing a headache for UK operators. According to Smith, operators started to see similar patterns of fake email addresses being created to place bookings.

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New Book Traces Shirley Chisholm’s Radical Embrace of Black Feminism

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Curwood (The University of North Carolina Press) is a fascinating and timely book that traces the political trajectory of the first African American congresswoman who would later break barriers as the first Black major party presidential candidate. That’s why Curwood’s book is so important.

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FREE BOOK: AI Conversations: Critical conversations about AI, Art and education

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The aim of this book is to explore how AI is affecting teaching and learning in a arts based institution through challenging and provocative discussions about where we are going with AI and how we respond to this ever changing phenomenon.

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New Book Centers the Voices of Black Women Department Chairs

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Dear Department Chair: Letters from Black Women Leaders to the Next Generation is a compelling book about leadership, service, and the importance of mentorship/sponsorship within the academy. The book is edited by Drs. Simply put, this book is for everyone. Stephanie Y. Evans, Stephanie Shonekan, and Stephanie G.