Closing the Gap in Business Education

The Peregrine Team  |  02|23|2021

Higher education business programs have worked diligently to close the gap in business education – primarily related to non-business majors who aim to enter a graduate business program. Non-business...

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From a Sprint to a Marathon

The Peregrine Team  |  01|21|2021

In higher education, we all felt like we were thrown into a super sprint of digital transformation this year when campuses closed their doors. In a matter of a...

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Embracing Experiential Learning

Desiree Moore  |  12|07|2020

Experiential learning is an active process in which a learner develops information, values, and skills through diligent application of theory or experience. Simply put, it is learning by doing....

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The Why and How of Learning Outcomes

Desiree Moore  |  11|16|2020

Today, crafting learning goals and outcomes to ensure the quality of education in higher education is standard practice. However, it wasn’t until about 20 years ago when accreditors began...

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Lean into a Crisis Rather Than Retreat

Olin Oedekoven  |  07|29|2020

Late in the afternoon on July 2, 1863, when the 20th Infantry Regiment of Maine was out of ammunition, exhausted, and nearly defeated, Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, the newly appointed...

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An Accreditation Committee that Works

Desiree Moore  |  07|01|2020

At the core of every higher education institution’s mission and vision is quality. Colleges and universities worldwide understand their responsibility to provide students with programs and instruction that prepare...

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