Margaret Mead: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only …
Professor Beth Mintz, University of Vermont, answers. Text and video follow. Text Video
What began with economic liberalism—rooted in Adam Smith’s 18th Century classic book, The Wealth of Nations—has evolved and morphed well …
For social activists, music is an anthem for change.
YouTube video. “History Erased” with Frank Fear. Dr. Fear is professor emeritus, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources. “Faculty Voice in …
Featuring Amos Guiora and Elizabeth Abdnour, stimulated by Guiora’s new book, Armies of Enablers.
Jeet Heer argues the case in this article from The Nation.
Video presentation by Michigan State’s Zachary Kaiser at a Friday Forum, Neoliberalism in Higher Education, Michigan State University, View here.
Watch Lindsey Lemke’s testimony. It’s made available courtesy of M-Live and YouTube.
Watch Zach Kaiser’s short film on the impact of neoliberalism and the faculty life. From Vimeo
It’s Comfort Zone, A Film About Change. View the trailer and get more info about the film.
Read this review (video included)–supported by national data–published in USA Today.
Truth-telling becomes an alternative fact. View the video here.
Published on Feb 11, 2017 This episode covers the changing administration of the university as it responds to competition and …
Watch a video vignette here.