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July 25, 2014
As enthusiasm grows for academic programs based on something other than "seat time," there's a big difference between helping students achieve "master" subject matter and ensuring their true "competence" to apply learning in practice, John F. Ebersole argues.
July 24, 2014
When board members are hurting their institutions more than helping them, it's the role of other board members -- not politicians -- to intervene, writes Richard D. Legon.

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February 6, 2006
The graduate students and young professors who teach writing have a unique role to play in fighting attacks on academe in general and English in particular, write Frank Gaughan and Peter Khost.
February 3, 2006
Terry Caesar explores the ever looming threat of violence -- physical, emotional or legal -- on campus today.
February 2, 2006
One university seeks to turn a big gift into an admissions advantage. The latest from David Galef's fevered imagination.
February 1, 2006
About 10 minutes into last week's now legendary episode of Oprah (the show that made it to the front page of newspapers; the one that left "memoirist" James Frey on the verge of confessing that he possibly made up his own name, but couldn’t be sure), one part of my mind was riveted to the tube while another part wandered off to conduct an intensive seminar about the whole thing, complete with Power Point slides containing extensive quotations from Foucault’s late writings on the "technologies of the self."
January 31, 2006
By publishing their own student evaluations, colleges can help students become good consumers, says James D. Miller.

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