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The Non-Economic Value of Open Educational Resources

Explaining the pedagogical, learning and communal benefits of OER.

10 Steps to Being an Endowed Chair or Distinguished Professor

Sydney Freeman Jr. and Nicholas D. Hartlep suggest some perhaps-overlooked options for faculty members interested in pursuing these positions.

Black Panther Party: A Textbook Case of Biased History

Today’s students must understand the legacy of older generations of Black movement leaders, writes Fredrika Newton, a former member of the party and the wife of its co-founder.

‘Hey, You Guys!’

Remembering The Electric Company on its anniversary.

Introducing ‘Just Explain It to Me!’

A new blog that aims to break down notoriously confusing, perplexing and annoying systems and practices in higher education.

Free College or Bust

It is dismayingly shortsighted for public four-year schools to advocate against free community college.

Why Not Use Record Endowment Returns to Promote Equity?

Given their endowments’ soaring value, elite universities have a moral duty to expand access and do more to contribute to the public good.

Overcoming New-Job Anxiety

Diane A. Safer provides specific recommendations for both a career counselor guiding Ph.D. grads and postdocs before they start new positions as well as those trainees once they’re on the job.