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How to tell if a paper idea is "original," in Leiter Reports Link

The value (largely not acknowledged) of humanities education, in Excelsior Link

Strategic planning from a faculty member's perspective, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

International enrollments and diversity, in Quartz Link

The Rand Paul visit to Howard U., in The Root Link

Stupid things Ph.D.s say when interacting with regular people, in Duck of Minerva Link

A letter to privileged white applicants who didn't get into their first choice college, in Racialicious Link

What's wrong at Rutgers, in Text2Cloud Link

A radical pedagogy, in An und für sich Link

Preparing for campus visits by job candidates, in Quills Link

Putting the adjunct issue on the table, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

TressieMc on the flaws of "blanket 'don't go to graduate school' advice" Link

Why people shouldn't try for Ph.D.s in literature, in Slate Link

TressieMcC on the flaws of "blanket 'don't go to graduate school' advice" Link

Sociology haikus, in Scatterplot Link

Pride in student accomplishments, in Bardiac Link

A scholar whose work has been mocked defends her NSF grant, in Slate Link

Teaching tactics, in Grumpy Rumblings of the (Formerly!) Untenured Link

When a student offers to "do anything" for a better grade, in The Hairpin Link

Qualities of real college courses, in More or Less Bunk Link



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