The latest of the new higher education experience; streamlining transfer degrees and completion. Streamlining degrees is seeing a buzz of activity in education leadership these days. I get a number of complaints from faculty about the new direction higher education is taking in streamlining degrees. What is this about they ask? Weren’t we already doing… Continue reading Streamlined Degrees for Transfer and Completion:
The spring term has come to an end. Graduation was beautiful with one of our largest graduating classes in the history of this college. I led or participated in numerous celebrations sharing the respect and love we administrators have for our Student Workers, our Administrative Assistants, our Maintenance and Operations Team, our Veterans, our Graduates,… Continue reading End of Term “True Stories” from the Dean’s Office
Do you wonder about the value of having a degree in the arts as an artist? Do others tell you that art degrees are not necessary just make art? Wondering what to do? Let’s explore this together here in these brief words, and fleeting moment. If you watched the recent 2014 Oscars you may be… Continue reading The value of Arts Degrees.
Dr. Huddleston’s web site of fine arts works.
Please visit my web site of art works at: gwendolynlewishuddleston.com
In my last post I told you I would talk a bit about a recent trip I took to Washington D.C. and what I learned about education. You may have been reading about education a good deal in the recent public news. You don’t have to read education journals to know that education is on… Continue reading Does an arts school make artists?
I am an Artist, and a Dean of Arts. I have many years of experience pursuing my own art, and being an Arts Education Administrator. In this communication I will share with artists, students, parents of artists, managers of projects and people, and college administrators about the beautiful world of arts, and education. I will also… Continue reading An introduction to a Dean of Arts blog.