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March 30, 2017
Might the conviction of Graham Spanier send a warning signal, asks Karen Gross, or at least a warning reminder, through ivory towers across our nation?
March 30, 2017
By substituting diversity and inclusion rhetoric for transformative efforts to promote equity and justice, colleges have avoided recognizable institutional change, contends Dafina-Lazarus Stewart.

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March 30, 2017
"Group project" are the words students dread most. Here's a technique to make them work better.
March 29, 2017
One GradHacker reflects on her path to becoming a librarian.

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February 2, 2017
We need systematic, coordinated institutional efforts to chart a viable future for the humanities in the 21st century, argues Robert Frodeman.
February 1, 2017
Colleges and universities must be open to concerns and points of view from across the ideological spectrum, writes Michael Roth.
February 1, 2017
Scott McLemee reviews Monkeytalk: Inside the Worlds and Minds of Primates, which elucidates the two camps that have formed in the study of how intelligence evolved.
January 31, 2017
Anita Casavantes Bradford, Laura E. Enriquez and Susan Bibler Coutin offer advice to faculty members and administrators.
January 31, 2017
Today a great many American colleges and universities -- ranging from those that, at least for now, seem reasonably secure to those that are hanging on by just a slight financial thread -- are faced with a series of threats. Some institutions are involved in thoughtful, data-informed and effective planning, but others are not directly confronting such challenges and are failing to engage in such planning. The institutions that ignore their challenges offer important cautionary tales. Those who find ways to address them by planning strategically can be useful models.

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