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Sabbatical as Rest

Amanda Grieme Bradley describes how the unexpected way she chose to use her sabbatical is influencing her as she returns to campus for a fall semester full of unknowns.

An Alternative Ranking

Supplementing the valuable Washington Monthly ratings.

Why We Need the Humanities in Today’s Career-Focused World

The humanities’ true value lies not in practical skills, but in its insights into the human situation.

A College Completion Program for Both Sides of the Aisle

There is a way to attract Democratic and Republican support, write Jerome Lucido, Nicholas Hillman and Donald Hossler.

It’s Time for Engineering to Be Equity-Centered

Diversity, equity and inclusion should be a required part of engineering schools’ curricula, argues Alec D. Gallimore.

Pull vs. Push

When asked in job interviews why you’re leaving academe, talk less about what’s driving you away and more about what’s attracting you toward something new, advises Derek Attig.