Podcast

MSCHE President’s Summer 2021 Update

I want to thank all of our constituents for your support throughout the course of the last year, which represented the first full year of my presidency with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. It was my privilege to guide the work…

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Listen Now: MSCHE Pillars of Change Podcast with Bowie State University President Aminta Breaux

As the 10th president of Bowie State University, the oldest historically Black university in Maryland, Dr. Aminta Breaux is committed to ensuring that every student develops an entrepreneurial mindset to achieve success in the workplace and the community. In the fourth episode of…

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Offices to Close for Juneteenth

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education will be closing at noon on Friday, June 18, 2021, in observance of Juneteenth.  This year, MSCHE added Juneteenth, a day commemorating the freeing of enslaved African Americans in the United States, as a staff holiday to recognize this important moment in our nation’s history. The celebration of Juneteenth is a component of the Commission’s overall strategic initiative on advocacy, and a commitment…

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Listen Now: MSCHE Pillars of Change Podcast with Trinity Washington University President Pat McGuire

The third episode of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education’s (MSCHE) Pillars of Change podcast series is now available. For more than 30 years, Trinity Washington University President Pat McGuire has been a national voice in addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, while empowering her…

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Listen Now: MSCHE Pillars of Change Podcast with Howard University President Dr. Wayne Frederick

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has released the second episode of its MSCHE Pillars of Change podcast series. Commissioner Dr. Carl Person, an MSCHE Executive Committee member, speaks with Dr. Wayne Frederick, MSCHE Commissioner and President of Howard University, on his many efforts at Howard and how…

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