Majority of public universities can’t balance athletic books without university allocations and student fees. Amount nationally? $2.6 billion dollars in ’14-15. …
Monthly Archive: March 2022
The ideology that just about nobody has heard of is the ideology that permeates everyday life–and not for the better. …
Catherine Hill, president, Vassar College, writes about an avenue to increase diversity in America’s upper-income population.
Read a recent report — numbers and commentary — written by The Economic Policy Institute.
Read The Lansing State Journal’s editorial position on why it’s important to let prospective students know about crime statistics–on campus …
Read Professor Lindsay Parks Pieper’s (Lynchburg College) incisive critique of ESPN’s “Fantastic Lies.”
Read a New York Times analysis. Focus is on the relationship between Global Tree Overseas and Western KY University.
Second careers and the doctorate. Sometimes the two go hand-in-hand. Read more in this New York Times analysis.
Read George Monbiot’s thoughtful essay on neoliberalsm and the need for an alternative. It’s reprinted here from Common Dreams.
UC Davis has taken “protect the brand” to a new level, hiring a company to recalibrate what’s being said about …
Bruce Lerro reflects on his experience as an adjunct faculty member. It’s worth a read.
Read this interpretation in an opinion piece published by The Washington Post.
Read this provocative piece from The Chronicle about presidential leadership. Academic background: what difference does it make?
Here’s a recent exchange about an important issue. Read more from a forum at The New York Times.
The Atlantic offers a provocative treatment of a critical issue in higher education. Read more here.