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January 17, 2019
The unprecedent size and chief intent of the donation help perpetuate notions that merit re-examination and debate, argues Arthur M. Hauptman.
January 17, 2019
Many commentators have missed how Bloomberg’s seismic donation can shift donor culture in higher education for the better, argues Michael T. Benson.
January 16, 2019
Machine learning and artificial intelligence carry inherent risks to colleges and universities and their students -- but only if the people making the decisions fail to exert control over the tools’ influence, Fred Singer argues.

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January 16, 2019
Amy Lynch-Biniek recounts an MLA panel on contingent and adjunct labor with some thoughts on how to bridge the gaps and keep us from repeating the past.
January 16, 2019
A struggling college and the success of community college transfer students.
January 16, 2019
*/ And when it comes to thinking about the future of higher ed, are we liberal university people more conservative than we realize?

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August 27, 2012
Martin Puchner reflects on a summer school of lessons from Goethe, Pamuk and others.
August 24, 2012
 With apologies to C.S. Lewis, Bryn Geffert and the characters he channels explore the landscape of open-access publishing.
August 23, 2012
Mark Salisbury explains why he views the role of institutional research and assessment not as fact finding but as something much less certain.
August 23, 2012
A recent report suggesting that college graduates have largely weathered the poor economy is flawed and more promotional than scholarly, write Richard Vedder and Daniel Garrett.
August 22, 2012
A new book by the eminent philosopher Jürgen Habermas shows signs of political frustration. Scott McLemee shares his pain.

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