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Monthly Archive: May 2020
Here is John Etchemendy’s essay, reprinted from Today’s Academe.
Read how professors are converting the fake news epidemic to academic advantage. (The Washington Post)
Read the analysis published by The Washington Post.
The report was published by The American Association of University Professors. Note: Part-time faculty members comprise the majority of America’s …
Here’s a reprint of an article that was published last year in The New York Times.
Since the 1980s, higher education–along with all other institutions–has felt the impact of a phenomenon known broadly as neoliberalism.
Neoliberalism’s major tenets include “the market” predominates; public expenditures for social services should be cut; government regulations should be reduced; …
In most cases, says Michael Yates, the answer is no. Read his take (from Counter Punch).
By Rubén Martinez, Janice Beecher & Stephen Gasteyer
There are almost 3 million more women than men enrolled on America’s campuses, and about 66% identify themselves as feminists. …
Dearest Dorothy, Who Would Have Ever Thought?!* (*From Charlene Baumbich’s book of the same title) My story begins on …
Jack Lessenberry from Michigan Radio offers his commentary about how Michigan State is handling sexual assault allegations and cases.
And the conversations includes those who participated. Read Allison Stanger most recent national contribution.
Stacey Henson is thankful for her liberal arts education. Read more here.