October 27, 2016
While it is impossible to “futureproof” a board, assessing its strengths and potential vulnerabilities can go a long way toward ensuring that it is prepared for what’s ahead, write Peter Eckel and Cathy Trower.
October 26, 2016
Intercollegiate athletics programs, which are only justifiable on our campuses if they can offer significant learning experiences, should be assessed for their educational impact, argues Michael G. Bowen.

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October 26, 2016
Five disguises you might don during graduate school.
October 26, 2016
An Open Access Week thought: Take that energy expended in fighting journal cancelations and put it somewhere useful - into open access to research.


July 15, 2016
You can learn a lot teaching Hemingway to both traditional students and campus security guards from around the world, writes Miguel Syjuco.
July 14, 2016
Teacher preparation programs can improve outcomes for future teachers and their students if they use student-achievement data to inform their efforts, writes Benjamin Riley.
July 13, 2016
Machiavelli's name has long been synonymous with political skulduggery, but Maurizio Viroli offers us a kinder, gentler Machiavelli -- someone who kept the common good in mind in ways greatly lacking in this election year, writes Scott McLemee.
July 12, 2016
A proposed new federal rule could have unintended negative ramifications for historically black colleges and universities, argues Julianne Malveaux.
July 11, 2016
Contrary to college standing as an open thoroughfare for Americans wanting to improve their lives, it has become a gated toll road primarily available to those from middle-class and upper-class families, argues Jeffrey J. Williams.


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