It appears that the great California South University (CSU), a diploma mill based in Irvine, CA, is in the news again. I noticed a spike in traffic to my blog, in particular previous posts about CSU, including one linked in a February 2018 post by Derek Lowe entitled The Dark Side - Down the Rabbit … Continue reading “California South University” is Back in the News!
Diploma Mills: 9 Strategies for Tackling One of Higher Education’s Most Wicked Problems
Here's another excellent report from World Education Services about an important issue that receives too little attention in the US and global media. This is an issue I have been writing and speaking about since my IIE-Viet Nam days. In fact, it was one of my "signature issues" and one that I have continued to … Continue reading Diploma Mills: 9 Strategies for Tackling One of Higher Education’s Most Wicked Problems
“best phd degree for purchase”
This search term and others like it, e.g., p.hd buy, lead unsuspecting netizens to my blog which, of course, doesn't provide information about how to buy academic degrees but rather rants and raves against diploma mills and rogue providers, most of which are based in the US, sorry to say. Speaking of the US, those who … Continue reading “best phd degree for purchase”
Thiết lập thông tin chính xác, nghiêm túc
Đây là bài cuối cùng tôi viết trong năm 2014, một năm thành công trên nhiều mặt. Dưới đây, tôi xin kể một tình huống đã trải qua khi dùng internet để dẫn chứng thêm nhận định về Internet , công cụ vừa mang lại những tiện ích, vừa là mối hiểm họa khó lường. … Continue reading Thiết lập thông tin chính xác, nghiêm túc
Journalism or Political Ax-Grinding?: Setting the Record Straight
My last post of 2014, a great year, in many respects. Below I describe one online adventure that illustrates the status of the Internet as both a blessing and a curse. The main lesson here? Read everything with a critical eye, check the source and question the intent. Pause and think before jumping on the … Continue reading Journalism or Political Ax-Grinding?: Setting the Record Straight
Sleazy: dishonest or immoral; marked by low character or quality Synonyms: skanky [slang], slatternly, sluttish, slutty, trampy Antonyms: excellent, fine, first-class, first-rate, good, high-grade, superior, top-notch Yes, dear reader, here's another story about a US institution of higher education that uses lies and deception as key tactics in its aggressive student recruitment strategy in Vietnam … Continue reading Fraud Alert!
Accreditation: When It Comes To Higher Education, Nothing Could Be More Relevant – Or Controversial
Good article by Jesse Nickles of CollegeTimes and not just because I'm quoted in it. MAA Accreditation. It’s a word that most college students have heard at some point, but that (unfortunately) very few actually comprehend on a meaningful level. And that is NOT a good thing. With greedy investors and corrupt congressmen aggressively turning … Continue reading Accreditation: When It Comes To Higher Education, Nothing Could Be More Relevant – Or Controversial
Notarization: The Trojan Horse Approach to Gaining Credibility for a Diploma Mill Diploma
No·ta·rize (nō′tə-rīz′): To certify or attest to (the validity of a signature on a document, for example) as a notary public. It’s often what one bureaucracy requires of another to prove that a document is authentic. This is one of the many fee-based services offered by embassies and consulates general in Vietnam. What if the document … Continue reading Notarization: The Trojan Horse Approach to Gaining Credibility for a Diploma Mill Diploma
Sự thật về các chương trình giáo dục Mỹ tại Việt Nam
This article, entitled "The Truth About American Education Programs in Vietnam" (Một Thế Giới, 23 April 2014), reflects the growing sophistication about US higher education as a service sector export. As I am fond of saying, the US exports some of the world's best and worst higher education. The term "officially accredited" covers a broad spectrum … Continue reading Sự thật về các chương trình giáo dục Mỹ tại Việt Nam
2013 in Blogging
Thanks to the annual WordPress wrap-up, I'm happy to share with you the following information about blog traffic last year. The busiest day of the year was December 2nd. The most popular post that day was Education Companies in Vietnam: Take a Walk on the Wild Side (Part I), including 130 Facebook shares to date. (Don't miss Part … Continue reading 2013 in Blogging
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