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Hope Restored

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This person was homeless and sleeping in the car and thanks to Life of Victory turned their life around

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Are you an African American? African American History

by Jemina Ballard @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Are you an African American? By definition, an African American is a black American or an American who has African and especially black African ancestors. In today’s times, depending on where you live, there are children who are unaware of what the term “African American” really means, and it’s seemed as confusing with the response, […]

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Oh Happy Day!!!!

by Angela Walker @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Today is the day that the Lord has made and I shall rejoice in it. After all, that is the bible, right?  But how do you rejoice when your life is in shambles and you don’t know where to turn?  Scripture!!!  The Bible declares that David encouraged himself in the Lord.  Sometimes you have to […]

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Nowhere To Turn

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yau4rXAIvZA Hear how this person overcame the struggle of getting their house note reduced after being turned down numerous times

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You Can Have Love Everlasting

by Jemina Ballard @ Victory Int. Christian Center

“Will you be mine?” This is the big question that on the 14th day of February seems to ring in everyone’s ears all day long. But what if there is no suitor to put a suit on or a bachelorette to put in a dress? Ladies, don’t find yourself looking for roMANce. Gentlemen, every kiss […]

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Don’t give up

by Angela Walker @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Today I was listening to Pandora and the rotation of songs had a very specific theme….it’s not over.  As I began to really meditate on this I thought about the scriptures and how the word says in Proverbs 18:21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat […]

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Relevance of the World Class University Debate for African Universities

by Harris Andoh @ Inside Higher Ed

For most of their history, African universities have been teaching institutions with teaching as their primary or core function until the early 2000s when there was evidence of a global shift in the role and missions of universities. This is evident in the new mission and vision statements of most top African flagship universities (University of Botswana, University of Cape Town, University of Dar es Salaam; University of Ghana, among other) that have embedded broad World Class University (WCU) goals in their purpose statements. Recent strategic plans and research policies of selected African universities are focused on making them either WCU or providers of World Class (WC) services.

Challenges for African Universities to become World Class

Some have argued that it will be very expensive and challenging for Africa to establish WCUs— smaller countries in Africa could likely have only one WCU, whereas larger nations such as Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa can support more. African countries must have at least one WCU provided that the universities and their respective governments are committed to this endeavor. 

Research at African universities suffers from a deficit of effective organization and management. Until recently not only was there no appropriate policy framework or strategic planning to outline a vision for research or mission for most African universities, but also a lack of culture capable of supporting the administration, coordination and promotion of research. Academic staff of African universities have heavy teaching responsibilities with little time for research; instead their additional time goes to consultancy work to improve their salaries. Furthermore, African governments are reluctant to finance research in public universities and research institutions and lecturers/researchers are often reluctant to use their research allowance for the intended purpose. Camara and Toure (2010) are hopeful that due to recent improvements in the overall governance of some high-profile universities in Africa and the establishment of multidisciplinary and inter-faculty doctoral schools there are more interactions between researchers and students. The authors maintain that these improvements will help African universities rise to the level of a WCU.

The scramble to globalize higher education strongly favors universities from the United States, Europe and other English-speaking industrialized countries. The world university rankings reflect extreme asymmetries and demarcate profound inequality between the academic core and a vast number of peripheral institutions found in the previously colonized world.

African universities have been on the periphery of the global discussion of WCUs. However, institutions such as the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University, both in South Africa, are ranked among the top universities of the world. This means that African universities have not been absolutely delegated to the periphery, but can strive to become WCUs. Given the socioeconomic and developmental challenges facing the African continent, the mandate and mission for any WCU in Africa should be more Africa focused.

Benefits of creating WCUs in Africa

African universities believe that becoming world class universities will make them relevant in the new global knowledge environment and bring them to the levels of universities in the West and China. This should result in an increased number of publications in journals cited in international indexes. Achieving world class status will also increase their chances of better collaboration with highly ranked universities as well as increase chances to attract and access sources of research and project funds from donors and other universities. These funds will improve African universities research capacity and give them the necessary support to get better equipment for their science laboratories (Altbach & Salmi, 2011).

African universities believe that achieving WCU status would improve the probability of inclusion in the world university rankings that currently have only 3 to 5 universities from South Africa ranked in the top 500 universities in the world.

In addition, having WCUs in Africa should reduce the brain-drain of its experts from Africa to the developed world. Generally, Professors at research universities tend to be international in their orientation and in their work. They collaborate with colleagues in different countries and are sometimes internationally mobile. Without adequate funding and infrastructure at home there is the risk that the most successful researchers in Africa might accept jobs where working conditions, salaries and facilities are best.

Over the years, the commitment of African universities to tackling the challenges facing the continent has been called to question. Universities in Africa have-not lived up to the earlier missions for which they were created, including finding solutions to the various challenges that plague the continent—disease; food insecurity and inequality. The creation of world class universities in Africa will bring universities to the global stage, but more importantly improve their research capacity to find lasting solution to many of the continent’s problems.  Research intensive universities in Africa will also help Africa increase its number of publications, currently at less than 2 percent of global publications in most international indexes.

WCUs attract the best faculty and students (that in most cases have Africans among them). Creating a WCU in Africa, will reduce brain drain amongst African scholars and create brain gain to universities in Africa. African universities lack accountability and autonomy, the creation of a WCU in Africa will help to benchmark best practices and encourage universities to be more accountable and earn the needed autonomy to improve their core mandate of research and teaching.

 

References

Camara, A. & Toure, K. (2010). African universities strategize and struggle to research and make research matter. Research Global Magazine.

Altbach, P. & Salmi, J. (2011). The road to academic excellence: the making of world-class research universities. The World Bank, Washington.

 

 

Harris Andoh holds a PhD in Science and Technology Studies from the Centre for Research Evaluation, Science and Technology (CREST), Stellenbosch University, South Africa and is a Research Policy expert at CREST. His current research looks at the uptake and impact of doctoral research findings on policy in African universities. He specializes in the fields of science and technology evaluation; research evaluation; world university rankings and world class universities; bibliometric and research impact assessment.  Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science & Tech (CREST), Stellenbosch University

 

 

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Advocates warn against immediate changes to campus assault policies

by Andrew Kreighbaum @ Inside Higher Ed

As advocates for survivors of sexual assault await more information on the Department of Education’s new approach to sexual misconduct on campus, they’re raising concerns that Secretary Betsy DeVos and her team are doing exactly what they slammed the Obama administration for: making new policy without sufficiently consulting the public.

The department is widely expected to issue as soon as today new instructions spelling out how colleges and universities should comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 after DeVos indicated she would rescind 2011 guidelines issued by the Obama administration.

Those instructions to campuses are expected be issued on an interim basis until a federal regulation is produced via a formal comment period. DeVos has argued that a formal comment period should have preceded the 2011 federal guidelines that have become a focus of debate over federal policy on campus assaults. She promised in a speech earlier this month to end “rule by letter” while blasting the current approach as a failed system.

And the department has avoided using the word “guidance” to refer to the promised interim instructions, saying instead that it would "make clear to schools how to fulfill their current obligations under Title IX" after the 2011 guidance is rescinded. But advocates see more than a little hypocrisy in DeVos shifting federal policy without more robust public engagement.

“The irony is very strong. And there is a lot of frustration,” said Laura Dunn, executive director and founder of SurvJustice.

As they wait for more details on what steps the department will take, many advocacy groups have offered concerns about the openness of the process for altering federal policy.

“It appears that they intend to go about doing exactly what they’re complaining the prior administration did, which means for them it’s not a procedural issue,” said Jess Davidson, the managing director of End Rape on Campus.

DeVos met with assault survivors as well as a separate group of students falsely accused of sexual misconduct in a day of listening sessions in July. While their roles were limited in meetings, advocacy groups accompanied both groups of students. A third meeting that day involved college leaders and lawyers working on Title IX policy before DeVos took questions from the press.

Some phone calls and meetings followed with groups not involved in the July listening sessions. But no other public forums have followed other than the secretary’s speech last month. And many advocates have been frustrated in attempts to reach the department with input.

DeVos has critiqued the Obama administration’s 2011 guidelines, known as the Dear Colleague letter, as containing insufficient due-process protections for accused students. And she has said they were issued without enough input from affected groups. Congressional Republicans, including Oklahoma Senator James Lankford, have also accused the previous administration of essentially engaging in rule making -- which requires a formal comment process -- by issuing guidance.

Proponents of the guidelines have challenged both arguments from DeVos. They say the Dear Colleague letter, for example, came after a national tour with visits to 12 campuses that included meetings with students and parents as well as college administrators. Advocates have called for DeVos to undertake a similar tour to hear from students and others affected by policy changes.

While the details of any interim instructions are unknown, advocates are concerned about a significant shift in policy without comparable engagement.

A department spokeswoman, Liz Hill, said new mandates will not be issued outside of a notice and comment process DeVos announced earlier this month.

“The department is also committed to providing clarity to schools regarding their responsibilities under the law when addressing sexual misconduct as rule making takes place,” she said in an email.

The interim instructions awaited by advocates -- as well as colleges, universities and critics of current federal policy -- could potentially address a handful of specific issues in the current guidelines that DeVos has said she will rescind. Among the frequently discussed aspects of the guidelines are the standard of evidence used in campus-based proceedings and certain due-process issues, like the ability to question the other party in those cases. If those items aren’t addressed in interim instructions, they will likely be taken up in the rule-making process.

The 2011 guidance from the Obama administration directed campuses to use a preponderance of evidence standard for adjudicating cases of sexual misconduct. Most colleges didn't state a clear standard before the guidance was issued but a majority of those who did used the preponderance standard, which aligns with those for findings of other civil rights violations.

While some conservatives have argued for using a higher “clear and convincing” standard for campus proceedings, that would also be contrary to signals from the department that it wants fewer mandates. This week a bipartisan group of 10 lawmakers sent a letter to DeVos urging her to maintain the preponderance of evidence standard.

DeVos’s speech on federal guidance this month argued that current guidance was inadequate and even harmful to fair processes on campus. She argued that a notice-and-comment period would allow the department to incorporate insights from all affected stakeholders. The department only afterward confirmed that she would rescind the Obama guidelines but without additional details on instructions to colleges in the interim.

Others involved in Title IX issues say the secretary has made clear in her public remarks other areas where some change is likely to be made. Kimberly Lau, a lawyer at Warshaw Burstein LLP who participated in the July meetings on Title IX policy, said one of those areas highlighted in DeVos’s remarks is the definition of what constitutes sexual misconduct.

The department has made clear, she said, that current guidelines will be changed and that the public will have an opportunity to weigh in through the formal process called notice and comment.

“I think that everyone’s pretty anxious -- rightfully so. They want some clarity and they want some specifics,” Lau said. “The administration has been pretty careful at this point to not say what is coming, but it's clear something is.”

But advocates are skeptical that DeVos will take their input seriously. They say thousands of comments have already been submitted on Title IX through one public comment period on federal regulation that ended this week -- the overwhelming majority of them in support of maintaining existing guidelines.

And some, like Dunn, view DeVos's remarks trashing the current federal guidance as potentially discouraging reporting by assault victims, despite the secretary’s statements that assault must be confronted “head-on.”

Dunn served on the American Bar Association task force whose recommendations were among those cited by DeVos earlier this month as potential solutions to ongoing controversies over Title IX policy. SurvJustice is among several groups that have met separately with Acting Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Candice Jackson. But Dunn said one day with the secretary is not enough after several years of putting current policy into effect.

Others say the department may find itself in a bind after so stridently criticizing federal guidance as a tool to regulate civil rights practices.

“They’re learning very quickly that guidance is an integral part of administering some of our laws and particularly civil rights law. And guidance is an important tool for answering questions for schools,” said Anne Hedgepeth, vice president for public policy and government relations at the American Association of University Women.

Peter Lake, law professor at Stetson University, said DeVos’s announcement that she would craft a new regulation after a public comment process could be seen as a victory for purists of the Administrative Procedure Act, the law that governs how federal agencies craft and issue regulations.

“DeVos is saying if a hammer is going to come down on you, it's going to come through a clear rule that’s created through the APA process,” he said.

But even with a clearly stated regulation in place, he said, the department will find it difficult to avoid issuing more guidance in the future. Federal agencies always use some combination of rules, guidance and resolution agreements to make clear how institutions should act, Lake said.

“It's somewhat inevitable,” he said. “When you get new regulation, there will almost automatically be a cry for guidance documents.”

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All Hope Lost

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s403OxcBGBY This person lost everything including their job and family and almost completely gave up on life learn how her life was turned around

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Black HIStory Month—Did you know? Nat Turner

by Jemina Ballard @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Nat Turner was a force to be reckoned with. “In August 1831, Nat Turner struck fear into the hearts of white Southerners by leading the only effective slave rebellion in U.S. history. Born on a small plantation in Southampton County, Virginia, Turner inherited a passionate hatred of slavery from his African–born mother and came to […]

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New Years ReSOULution

by Jemina Ballard @ Victory Int. Christian Center

It’s the top of the New Year and most of you will be in the mindset of “new,” such as wanting new ways, doing new things, believing for new goals and things of that sort but I want to help you set some reSOULutions to help you along the way. You are a BRICKHOUSE but […]

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Belief

by Angela Walker @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Have you just ever stopped to ask yourself what is it that you believe and what makes you believe in a thing?  Do you really know what the Bible says about believing? You know when we were children if our parents said it, we believed it because they were our parents and they took care […]

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Springtime

by Angela Walker @ Victory Int. Christian Center

You know the changing of the seasons is simply amazing. Springtime brings forth the flowers that bloom in all of their magnificent array of shapes and colors.  I find myself stopping to smell the roses. When I  think about the time I spend in the hustle and bustle of daily living, sometimes it’s hard to […]

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Letting Go

by Angela Walker @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Christians, it is time to live life, love yourself and be happy.  You know often times we as Christians hold on far too long.  Whether it be holding on to lopsided friendships or holding on to unrequited love, we need to know when to let go.  Believe it or not, there is joy in letting […]

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Black HERstory Month – Did You Know? Shirley Chisholm

by Jemina Ballard @ Victory Int. Christian Center

Shirley Chisholm….what a phenomenal woman she was. Did you know? — “Shirley Chisholm was the first African-American woman elected to the House of Representatives. She was elected in 1968, and represented the state of New York.” She was viewed as a model of independence facing many issues with women’s rights and obtaining help for the […]

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Estee Lauder Hydrationist Maximum Moisture Creme Normal/Combination Skin for Unisex, 1.7 Ounce
$44.00
Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero-Smudge Lengthening Mascara Black for Women, 0.22 Ounce
$24.00
Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Eye Pencil Coffee for Women, 0.04 Ounce
$22.00
Estee Lauder Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick #88 Rubellite Shimmer
$15.99
Estee Lauder Stress Relief Eye Mask, 10 Count
$38.21
Estee Lauder Daywear Multi Protection Anti Oxidant Sheer Tint Release Moisturizer for Women, 1.7 Fluid Ounce
$64.00
Estee Lauder Travel Set/kit: Advanced Night Repair Eye Synchronized Complex 5ml*3=15 Ml
$34.99
Cinnabar By Estee Lauder For Women. Eau De Parfum Spray 1.7-Ounces
$47.65
Estee Lauder Brown Chain Design Fabric Cosmetic Makeup Bag ~ 9.5" x 6.5" NEW!
$0.54
Estee Lauder Double Wear Infinite Women's Waterproof Eyeliner, Espresso, 0.01 Ounce
$24.00
Estee Lauder Illuminating Perfecting Primer Normal/Combination and Dry Skin for Women, 1.0 Ounce
$19.31
Estee Lauder Youth Dew Roll-On Deodorant - 75ml/2.5oz
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