Carol Henault, Executive Director at Reading Is Fundamental of Southern California, discusses how bringing books to children from low income homes can expand their personal libraries as well as their minds.This interview was produced in collaboration with KLCS.
Dr. Ricardo F. Muñoz, Founder of the Institute for International Internet Interventions for Health (i4Health) talks about the i4Health Institute, the development of automated interventions and how to train psychologists in the 21st Century.
Joining the ranks of other top medical schools in the United States, Harvard is implementing arts education initiatives, including drama, dance, and literature, to foster more empathetic and reflective medical professionals.
This past Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo re-introduced a plan for the state to pay for college courses for inmates, this time financed through the $7.5 million in criminal forfeiture funds from the reserves of Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. and matching private donations.
Irving McPhail, President & CEO of the National Council for Minorities in Engineering discusses how NACME’s work is aimed to benefit a number of underrepresented minority students and to achieve an engineering workforce that looks like America. This interview was filmed in March 2015
An undocumented student named Mitzie Perez at the University of California, Riverside, was denied by Wells Fargo to receive loans due to her illegal immigration status, even though there are no laws prohibiting lenders from loaning money to undocumented borrowers.
Alan van Capelle, President & CEO at Educational Alliance discusses helping more than 4 million New Yorkers to date through social, educational, and recreational programs that embrace innovation and build community.
The Trump administration has asked Julian Schmoke, former dean at the for-profit DeVry University, to lead the student-aid enforcement unit which focuses on addressing allegations of illegal activities in higher education.
Roman Ortiz, CEO of Project ARRIBA, discusses the vital model implemented by the organization which helps individuals succeed in their careers and lives. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
The ExxonMobil Foundation matched more than $16 million in contributions from employees, directors and retirees and doubled that contribution, pledging a total of $49 million for 840 higher education institutions.