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August 28, 2015
Domenick Scudera has been using the novel for years in a course for all freshmen at Ursinus College. If critics would read the book, he writes, they would find a work ideal for new college students.
August 27, 2015
Just because doctors and scientists need to understand more than biology and chemistry doesn't mean that rigorous study of those and other fields isn't essential, writes Adele Wolfson.

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August 30, 2015 - 9:06pm
The wrong solution to any number of problems.  
August 30, 2015 - 9:00pm
A guest post by University of Iowa’s Wayne Jacobson.
August 30, 2015 - 7:43pm
An experiment in podcasting as academic community building and, believe it or not, trying to have some fun.

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April 9, 2008
William M. Sullivan and Matthew S. Rosin call for a new approach to thinking about the curriculum.
April 8, 2008
Marc Bousquet considers the tensions between adjunct and tenure-track faculty members over efforts that he thinks need a united stance from professors.
April 7, 2008
Last week, my dean touted our college's rise in the U.S. News & World Report ranking of graduate colleges of education. As the anonymous author of Confessions of a Community College Dean explains, even administrators who dislike rankings have to play the game, and in many ways it's an administrator's job to play cheerleader whenever possible.
April 4, 2008
The problem “too big to be seen” is what I signed on for here. I won a fellowship to write a series about equity for half the 20 million students in college in the U.S. today. My half is the 11.5 million at the 1,195 two-year campuses called community colleges. At the last meeting for my fellowship, Henry Braun of ETS and Boston College, an author of America’s Perfect Storm -- Three Forces Changing Our Nation’s Future, explained how continued failure to deal with divergent skill distributions, the changing economy, and demographic trends may destroy the whole nation.
April 3, 2008
David D. Cooper finds his class applying newly learned theories of democracy and rhetoric to decisions made by instructors.

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