Many of us know that overwhelming feeling that comes early in a college career. How to tackle it? David Kirp …
Monthly Archive: August 2021
No, says Nobel Prize winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz. Read why.
Harry Boyte summarizes a conversation among college presidents held at The Kettering Foundation. (From Academe.org, published originally in The Huffington Post).
Read more about, Marc Edwards, the Virginia Tech researcher who figured prominently in uncovering lead in Flint’s public water system.
Written by Susan Harlan at McSweeney’s.
Read an incisive article about the corporatization of higher education written by David Theo Goldberg, UCal, Irvine, and published recently …
It’s the age-old question that can’t be answered in economic terms only, but here’s an analysis you may find useful. …
Henry Giroux elaborates at BillMoyers.com in an article published originally in Truthout.
How might prospective students portray themselves attractively to admissions counselors? Here’s one approach to acknowledge and disdain. Read more here.
Study finds colleges in the same geographic area often give different estimates. Read more here.
It’s another example of how important it is to “protect the brand.” But does it jibe with the purpose of …
The Wayne State president expresses concerns about the funding formula for Michigan’s public universities. Read more here.
There are differences, stark differences. Here’s an interpretation published recently in the journal, Nature.
From The Washington Post analysis, read more here. (Spoiler alert: Michigan is on the list.)