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Higher Education

ATD’s higher education community is one in which students, faculty, and practitioners in L&D-related programs collaborate with learning professionals to develop a stronger workforce. Whether you’re a student, professor, dean, practitioner, or education leader, you’ll find ATD has relevant resources for you. 



As a faculty member, you may connect with other community members or find relevant content that can be applied in your classroom. Check out the Higher Education Blog to see what your peers are saying. Join the discussion and include your comments. Faculty Website



As a student, perhaps you’re interested in ATD research or connecting with professionals in the learning and development industry. ATD Students Website

As you explore the faculty and student pages, we hope you’ll enjoy the content and services identified to meet your needs.

Higher Education

A community of students, faculty, education leaders, and learning professionals collaborating to develop a stronger workforce.

2018 ATD Student Scholarships

Erin Strider

ATD offers students the opportunity to further their professional development by applying for a membership, conference, or workshop scholarship. Additionally, individuals who have recently received a PhD may be eligible for the ATD Dissertation Award.  Student Scho... More »

5 Tips to Keep Moving Forward

Ronda Davis

A lot can be accomplished in six months! Looking back over the past year, I would like to share what I did that allowed me to accomplish several large goals in less than a year.  In the past six months, I: • became a Certified Professional in Learning and Per... More »

Addressing Trust in Higher Education

Sandy Williams

There are two significant factors facing higher education leaders: the greater risks our institutions operate under, and the need to rely upon the skills of many others to navigate through those risks and sustain our goals and strategies. Our institutions depend deeply ... More »

Making the Case for Leadership Development in Higher Education: 4 Opportunities to Get Buy-In

Amber Barnes

Ask a salesperson about objections. She’ll tell you it’s a natural part of the sales cycle. Ask a change leadership expert about resistance. He’ll tell you it’s a natural part of change. Ask anyone else and it’s labeled in a roundabout way ... More »

Gender Bias in the Classroom: Oh No, Not Mine! A Quick 7-Point Self-Assessment

Pat Buhler

For decades, we have acknowledged that when young girls’ self esteem is eroded early in their lives, it can have a negative lifelong ripple effect on their educational choices, career options, and pay.  Peggy Orenstein and the American Association of Univers... More »

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