Debora Sudjito and other alumni of the Whole Person Education Academy produced two webinars to help their peers manage the transition to online teaching and learning.
Learn more about the ways that colleges and universities in our network support whole person education.
Sound Governance, Strong Foundation
Nirmala Rao, Vice Chancellor of Asian University for Women, believes that good governance is what underpins a well-run university.
Four educators – from the Philippines, Thailand, and India – share their insights on quality assurance, particularly the role of faculty in the process.
Connecting with Alumni
Rev. Thomas John believes a development officer must be able to connect with alumni in an emotional way and to enthuse constituents through stories.
Union Christian College welcomed those displaced by Kerala flooding.
Guiding Principles for Leadership
Roland Chin, who has been serving as president and vice chancellor of Hong Kong Baptist University since 2015, relies on a set of guiding principles to ensure that his response is consistent with the values of higher education.
The Strengths and Values of a University
“Whole person education coincides with my vision of the strengths and values of a university,” Budi Widianarko said, reflecting on his recently completed tenure as rector of Soegijapranata Catholic University in Indonesia.
ICU shares new faculty orientation resources with other institutions via website.
Hosting a “Goodwill Ambassador”
Mentors to United Board Fellows, such as Dr. Anne Steinemann of The University of Melbourne, find rewards in engaging with dynamic Asian faculty.
Yale Divinity School Library Houses United Board Archives
The United Board’s archives have been part of the Special Collections at the Yale Divinity School (YDS) Library since 1982, and now a substantial portion of the collection has been digitized, putting it within easy reach of researchers and others interested in the history of Christian higher education in Asia.