New Books About Higher Education

New Books About Higher Education
Sep 18, 2018
Author discusses new book on what it means to be Latino at three distinctly different institutions: a liberal arts college, a research university and a regional public university.
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Feb 28, 2018
Author discusses new book on how technology is changing K-12 education, and the lessons of schools' experiences for higher education.
Editors discuss new book about a push by many Christian colleges to diversify their institutions.
New book by a former professor looks at the tensions and struggles behind what author describes as Georgetown’s “bold, important and interesting” experiment to bring American liberal education to Qatar.
Author discusses how college diversity programs can result in students overattributing success to factors like merit and hard work, while ignoring systemic or institutional problems.
Author discusses his new book about why those who major in liberal arts disciplines -- and the humanities in particular -- make great employees.
Bentley University president discusses her new book on preparing students for success.
Northeastern president discusses his new book on how higher education can train students for careers where technology cannot make them redundant.
After a year of constant debate and considerable divisiveness, three texts seek to make the discussion more productive.
Beverly Daniel Tatum discusses revised 20th-anniversary edition of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?
Book details conflicting relationships between growing tech companies of the San Francisco Bay Area and local higher education. Despite high-profile successes of Stanford, book finds much to be lacking.
New book examines which liberal arts colleges are hiring nontraditional presidents (money and prestige make it less likely) and argues that boards should be asking a different question than "traditional or nontraditional?"
Cathy Davidson’s new book is a manifesto on teaching students -- and institutions -- how to survive and thrive in the digital age.
Author of new study of for-profit legal education sector answers questions about the book and potential lessons for policy makers.

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January 3, 2018

Editors discuss the way a key teaching role has evolved -- and should evolve.

December 22, 2017

Author discusses new book on social science research in era of big data.

December 7, 2017

Author discusses his new book about disability and higher education -- a work that is highly critical of academe.

December 6, 2017

New book looks at “who changes, how much and into what” with influx of Chinese students into U.S. universities and at the underground learning networks students cultivate.

December 5, 2017

Using a database of 750 cases of research fraud from around the world, professors examine fraud as a phenomenon, tracing its history and trajectory and looking at what can be done about it.

November 21, 2017

New book explores how colleges were not created equal -- and how pressures have driven them to be even less so in recent decades.

November 7, 2017

Editors discuss new book about a push by many Christian colleges to diversify their institutions.

November 2, 2017

New book by a former professor looks at the tensions and struggles behind what author describes as Georgetown’s “bold, important and interesting” experiment to bring American liberal education to Qatar.

October 17, 2017

Author discusses how college diversity programs can result in students overattributing success to factors like merit and hard work, while ignoring systemic or institutional problems.

October 13, 2017

Author discusses his new book about why those who major in liberal arts disciplines -- and the humanities in particular -- make great employees.

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