Curriculum

Curriculum

University of Southern Maine student Nathan Henry, a young white man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and backward baseball cap, receives a nasal swab from a health-care worker wearing blue protective gear during COVID-19 testing.
Jan 06, 2023
Bachelor’s programs in public health have surpassed master’s degrees in popularity. What does that mean for a field that desperately needs more workers?

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April 19, 2019
Concordia U's Liberal Arts College, in Canada, wanted conservative scholar Harvey Mansfield to speak at an alumni gala -- until it didn't. But revoking Mansfield's invite didn't settle an internal debate.
April 2, 2019
David Steiner and Mark Bauerlein describe how such studies can best succeed and even flourish in the midst of our technocratic age.
March 12, 2019
Higher education must give the next generation of technology and policy leaders the interdisciplinary training they need to succeed, write Anne-Marie Slaughter, Darren Walker and Larry Kramer.
January 28, 2019
Small-college leaders share how their institutions have attempted to ward off enrollment crises before they happen.
January 7, 2019
To many people, vocational education has often meant learning a trade, but a more profound and important meaning of the term has been coming back into use, writes David S. Cunningham.
November 16, 2018
A 100-year life requires a 60-year curriculum, writes Rovy Branon.
November 6, 2018
Prison education programs are thriving and enjoy bipartisan backing, but colleges say they could do more with federal and state funding.
November 2, 2018
As reach of big data and AI grows, UC Berkeley and Massachusetts Institute of Technology unveil plans for major expansions.
October 22, 2018
They prepare students for the challenges they will confront in their professional, political, social and cultural lives, argues Elizabeth H. Bradley.
October 22, 2018
Assertions about the value of the humanities should not be predominantly defensive responses to those who mistakenly deride the economic outcomes of such an education, warns Robert Newman.

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