Betsy Foresman

Editorial Fellow

Betsy Foresman was an education reporter for EdScoop from 2018 through early 2021, where she wrote about the virtues and challenges of innovative technology solutions used in higher education and K-12 spaces. Foresman also covered local government IT for StateScoop, on occasion. Foresman graduated from Texas Christian University in 2018 — go Frogs! — with a BA in journalism and psychology. During her senior year, she worked as an intern at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., and moved back to the capital after completing her degree because, like Shrek, she feels most at home in the swamp. Foresman previously worked at Scoop News Group as an editorial fellow.

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Mental health first-aid training spreads to Niagara University

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To aid with feelings of anxiety, isolation and depression, the university will train faculty to lead a campuswide mental health support network.

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Apple announces $25M Propel Center for Black colleges and universities

by • 1 year ago

The tech giant says a new innovation and learning center will seek to provide "equal access to opportunity regardless of skin color or zip code."

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'Mental health first aid' training coming to North Carolina college

by • 1 year ago

Students at College of the Albemarle will be able to learn about mental health issues and how to support people in psychological distress starting this spring.

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How one university is training its health care students virtually

by • 1 year ago

Using ECPI University's new eHospital software, students can practice setting up IV pumps, taking blood pressure or take a virtual ride in a medical helicopter.

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Nonprofit donated more than 400 computers to homeless students

by • 1 year ago

A student-led nonprofit called Bridging Tech has been providing refurbished computers to homeless K-12 students during the pandemic.

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ASU's winter 'Innovation Quarter' courses range from serious to baking

by • 1 year ago

The university will offer nearly 200 learning sessions over the winter break — from resume building to Christmas baking — to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge.

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