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December 5, 2016
A better understanding of both individual and systemic racism can help us meet the looming challenge of uniting/reuniting our campuses and nation through respectful dialogue across difference, writes Ajay Nair.
December 5, 2016
Given adequate funding, higher education is capable of playing a much greater role in helping displaced people retain their dignity and contribute to the future, argues Richard Romano.

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December 5, 2016
Search committee behaviors.  
December 5, 2016
Some recent advice in the paper of record is bad.
December 4, 2016
The short book that every higher ed manager should read.

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November 12, 2008
The late John Leonard was a one-man cultural-studies symposium. Scott McLemee reminisces...
November 11, 2008
As Measuring Up 2008 prepares to grade higher education progress on a variety of fronts, most states' efforts to gauge academic outcomes have stalled, writes Peter Ewell.
November 10, 2008
Academics may need a reality check about what may and may not be possible in the new administration, writes Arthur Levine.
November 7, 2008
Mice in a maze and little people: for many (especially faculty) who work in higher education on any number of campuses, this might seem an appropriate appellation for the characters in Spencer Johnson’s Who Moved My Cheese? The theme of this brief book, studied as illustrative text in many leadership and change courses taken by administrators chasing after an Ed.D., is to read the writing on the proverbial wall and embrace change.
November 6, 2008
Amy Overman found rewards, but not those she expected, in her first experience offering a class through distance education.

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