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October 23, 2018
The ways that many board committees and task forces operate today no longer make sense, warn Peter Eckel and Cathy Trower.
October 22, 2018
A new report points to the need to challenge the cult of rankings, writes Jim Jump.
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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October 23, 2018
On the federal plan to deny that transgender people exist.
October 23, 2018
A case for moving digital advertising up the funnel
October 22, 2018
A book that made me wonder if IHE is a good place to have conversations across worldviews, and which also made me more worried about November 2020.

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December 13, 2010
In my two years working in the president's office at Harvard University, before I was laid off in spring, I gave myself the job of steward of her books. Gift books would arrive in the mail, or from campus visitors, or from her hosts when she traveled; books by Harvard professors were kept on display in reception or in storage at our Massachusetts Hall office; books flowed in from publishers, or authors seeking blurbs, or self-published authors of no reputation or achievement, who sometimes sent no more than loosely bound manuscripts.
December 10, 2010
Susan Herbst reflects on the mixed record of campus efforts to promote diversity.
December 9, 2010
It's time for a national organization, focused exclusively on collective bargaining for those off the tenure track, writes Keith Hoeller.
December 8, 2010
A new book looks at the history of the human rights movement and reaches surprising conclusions. Scott McLemee interviews the author.
December 7, 2010
John Warner shares the memo you may soon receive.

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