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Ed Roberts Campus—Building Community

Ed Roberts Campus—Building Community

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Annual Report 2017-18: Education

Annual Report 2017-18: Education

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Education gets you everywhere. Knowledge is power in this world The neighborhoods that we live in and the communities that were around aren’t the safest so like walking to and from school for some kids isn’t an option. Victor my son said mom “I’m walking two-blocks from the house and one-man go from the alley […]

Education in Guatemala: Why support Cooperative for Education?

Education in Guatemala: Why support Cooperative for Education?

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Dr. Peggy Wright: Associate Professor of Biology, Columbia College

Dr. Peggy Wright: Associate Professor of Biology, Columbia College

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My favorite class to teach is probably Ecology because it uses what I know best. My field of study was originally fisheries in wildlife, so I’m really interested in the environment and, kind of, the world around us. Just the fact that I’ve always like the outdoors, I’ve always been interested in studying what’s going […]

Course Selection and Registration at Columbia College

Course Selection and Registration at Columbia College

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When selecting courses and registering for classes there are a few things that are important to consider: • First, have you decided on a major? Consider General Education completion before major specific classes especially if you are undecided major. This will help you avoid taking course work that may not count for your newly declared […]

Captain America Pranks Comic Fans with Surprise Escape Room // Omaze

Captain America Pranks Comic Fans with Surprise Escape Room // Omaze

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A superhero. Hey, you two! This is Captain America here, and I need your help. Are you up for the challenge? No! Well, wait– [laughter] Hi, Chris Evans here. To support Christopher’s Haven, I’m teaming up with Omaze to offer you the chance to assemble a team of your best friends for the ultimate escape […]

Making Education Accessible to Deaf Children | Nyle DiMarco | TEDxKlagenfurt

Making Education Accessible to Deaf Children | Nyle DiMarco | TEDxKlagenfurt

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Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I’d like to tell you a story. When I was 24, I found myself living in a small beach town by the name of Naples, Florida. I was looking for something new. I was 24. I’m 29 now. And in that small coastal town, I was the only Deaf […]

Webinar – Tech 101: The Best Assignments for Online Volunteers – 2014-03-06

Webinar – Tech 101: The Best Assignments for Online Volunteers – 2014-03-06

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Welcome everyone to Tech 101: The Best Assignments for Online Volunteers. My name is Becky Wiegand, and I am here at TechSoup’s headquarters in San Francisco. I will be your host for today’s event. We will also be joined by Jayne Cravens from Coyote Communications So a little bit more about me, I am an […]

Dr. Michael Lyman: Professor of Criminal Justice Administration, Columbia College

Dr. Michael Lyman: Professor of Criminal Justice Administration, Columbia College

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They’re all interesting. Police work, courts, corrections, juvenile justice. They all have their strong points, and weak points, but they’re all interesting. My favorite class is intro and the reason is that Introduction to Criminal Justice is a foundational course that prepares students for what’s to come in other courses. And the student at the […]

Columbia College | Online, Evening, On Campus

Columbia College | Online, Evening, On Campus

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Lot’s of college talks about life-long learning, but at Columbia College, we really mean it. We have a traditional campus, here in Columbia, Missouri. We also have 35 other locations around the country, where we serve primarily working adults who are going back to school. They just put so much effort into everything, all the […]