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The SCHEV blogs are intended to improve communication and collaboration regarding higher education policy in Virginia. At right are the current blogs at SCHEV, we anticipate more will be added as time goes on. Below the blog list is an aggregated list of the most recent posts from all blogs arranged chronologically.

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Okay, thank you everyone, we have a working group. The members are: Alona Smolova (Old Dominion) Angela Detlev (George Mason) Cat  Finnegan (VCCS) Carol Kelejian (Richard Bland) Christine Ross (Hampden-Sydney) Eric Lovik (Radford) Joseph Defilippo  (SCHEV) Kelly Feltault (Lynchbur... [More]
Co-curricular and intramural activities are an intrinsic part of the college experience. For many, these may the source of our most intense college memories. I certainly have a few of these kinds of memories. Last weekend, my son got married. The woman he married is not a college sweetheart,... [More]
I want to highlight this article from InsideHigherEd which addresses the good and important work of our Private Postsecondary Education section at SCHEV. I saw bits and pieces of the work ACCT as it emerged into the public actions of the Council. It was impressive in its detai... [More]
SB631, which makes substantial changes to transfer from public two-year colleges to four-year colleges, has passed and becomes effective July 1, 2018. If he signs it, I will call together a working group of institutional colleagues to consider how SCHEV will tackle the reporting requirements... [More]
I hope you saw the release of the report from Wisconsin HOPE Lab: STILL HUNGRY AND HOMELESS IN COLLEGE. This is the latest attempt spear-headed by Sara Goldrick-Rab (with some very talented colleagues - Jed Richardson, Joel Schneider, Anthony Hernandez, and Clare Cady) to expl... [More]
SB631, which makes substantial changes to transfer from public two-year colleges to four-year colleges, has passed and becomes effective July 1, 2018. If he signs it, I will call together a working group of institutional colleagues to consider how SCHEV will tackle the reporting requirements... [More]
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