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August 20, 2019
Events in the news provide constant evidence that we can't ignore different societies’ diversity and heterogeneity in our academic programs, argues Carla Koppell.
August 19, 2019
Operation Varsity Blues raises questions about why college admissions officers don't review every application, writes Jim Jump.
August 19, 2019
Food-delivery robots are a perfect metaphor for a culture of entitlement that divides students from each other on campuses as well as from the rest of society, argues Clara M. Lovett.

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August 19, 2019
Despite the occasional challenges, creating a partnership between fundraising and marketing is essential.
August 19, 2019
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December 19, 2005
The days are still growing shorter and so are our tempers. 'Tis the season when all are fed up and stressed out. The academic semester winds up before it winds down, and the vast majority of us -- professors and students alike -- are feeling tired, overwhelmed and irritable. Holiday cheer will have to wait until after final exams are created, taken and graded. Sigh.
December 16, 2005
Alex Golub reflects on what ratemyprofessors.com can teach new professors about professional identity.
December 15, 2005
Think federal grants are a profitable enterprise for institutions? Think again, says John V. Lombardi.
December 14, 2005
A literary scholar pays tribute to the essay as a literary genre. Scott McLemee thinks you should wait a couple of weeks before reading this book.
December 13, 2005
Larry Arnhart wants biology students not just to learn about the father of evolutionary theory, but to read his words.

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