Beth Mintz, emerita professor, University of Vermont: “Neoliberal thought considers higher education a financial investment for students. It assumes colleges …
FutureU Forum on Neoliberalism in Higher Education (July 2022)
Conservative infiltration at UFL: The Hamilton Center for Classic and Civics Education
Wednesday, July 20, 1p., Eastern Time.
Politically engaged scholarship is the "preeminent scholarly approach to confronting neoliberalism and its excesses."
"They do not support education as an end in itself, but as a means to an end that they should …
Keynote presentation, "Neoliberalism and Public Higher Education"
12:30p. Eastern time, Monday, March 28, 2022. FutureU is pleased to welcome Professor John S. Levin. Professor Levin’s work addresses …
by Future U/ March 23, 2022/
The sports are moving farther away from their amateur roots, tenuously connected with their higher education host.
Faculty productivity metrics do more than measure faculty productivity. "Measuring up" has consequences for faculty and fields of study. Here's …
Featuring Jasmine Banks and Sharon Kirsch.
"Neoliberalism and neoliberal initiatives may be tied to faculty behaviors in a subtle and covert way."
Being an academic is not just something one does. It is very much who one is.
Gordon 'counts the ways' in her essay, published in Informed Consent.
"We profile eight scholars who were both researchers and activists and who saw the two as inseparable."