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He was 95.” In The Chronicle of Higher Education, Cal Newport argues that professors (and perhaps other people) should get rid of email: “In 2014, the Boise State anthropologist John Ziker released.

I take issue with the statistics that you used in your recent article, “Inside One City’s Love-Hate Relationship With Higher Ed” (The Chronicle, October 28). The city of Dayton has a.

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The Chronicle of Higher Education reported in 2013 that only 50 percent of graduate students finish the PhD and I suspect the numbers are even more disheartening when disaggregated by race, class,

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The Chronicle of Higher Education quotes your faithful blogger in "Scholars Mull Rules for Training in Research Ethics," by David Glenn, 4 November 2008. The story concerns the eighty or so comments received in response to OHRP’s July call for comments on education and training requirements.

The Commoditization of the Bachelor’s Degree. In August 2017, The Chronicle of Higher Education released a forty-five-page expose, “The Future of the Degree”.The publication pulls together points made in countless journals and media and commentary over the past several years.

“We have come to the point where even liberal academics in good standing will feel the wrath of leftist orthodoxy if they depart from the party line,” Mr. Hayward wrote in the PowerLine blog. to.

The Chronicle of Higher Education reported in a 2017 article titled “The Future of College Enrollment” that U.S. colleges are expected to see a steady decline in their enrollment, posing yet another.

What is the purpose of higher education – knowledge or utility? Such question encourages a false dichotomy since both are needed for people’s genuine education; never one at the expense of the other.

The Chronicle of Higher Education quotes your faithful blogger in "Scholars Mull Rules for Training in Research Ethics," by David Glenn, 4 November 2008. The story concerns the eighty or so comments received in response to OHRP’s July call for comments on education and training requirements.

Congratulations to anthropology professor Diane Hardgrave, who won the Nevada Regents’ Teaching Award last week! What an incredible honor. Hardgrave, who joined CSN in 2013, previously won the Distinguished Faculty of the Year Award here and, while a graduate student at UNLV, she earned the Regents’ Scholar award.

They also have utilized consultants from Cal-Berkeley and the University of Virginia. The Chronicle of Higher Education reported late last year that UNL had acquired about $4.5 million over the past.

Jan 15, 2019. I've been impressed by the timeliness of some of the blog posts from. The Chronicle for Higher Education offers an analysis of the trend,

The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked The University of Scranton among the nation’s “Institutions Producing the Most Fulbright Students 2014-15,” marking the 10th consecutive year that the.

Noble Continuing Education Answers Francis reflected on the historical value Egypt has placed on education, saying it is absolutely necessary. saying that abandoning religion is not the answer to fundamentalism – religion itself. What do the Tuareg want? A facetious and yet honest way to answer that question would be to find a person. the two sons of the
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As Duke’s vice president for student affairs, Larry Monetal, told the Chronicle of Higher Education, “I believe we have empowered victims to recognize behaviors they felt were normal that they realize.

When people think of The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The American Values Club, The Crosswords Club, or any of the other well-respected crossword outlets in the market today, I doubt unthemed puzzles are what comes to mind.

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The following guest post is from Michael Thad Allen.He is a former university professor and left a tenured position at a major research university (the Georgia Institute of Technology) to.

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Dec 13, 2016. Chronicle-Higher-Ed-First-Issue-blog.jpg I'm a bit late to the party (if there was one), but the Chronicle of Higher Education celebrated its 50th.

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Dec 6, 2018. I suppose I'm not the only academic who believes that students who ask interesting questions display more promise that those who don't.

Many thanks to the Chronicle of Higher Education for hosting us since 2009, and indeed for continuing to host our archived material! It has been an exciting 9 years! It has been an exciting 9.

A university spokesman said the move to take action against Jaren Stewart began before he started protesting in solidarity with athletes who kneel during the playing of the national anthem.

Feb 15, 2017. If you're like me, you don't have time to read many blogs — it's hard. On The Chronicle of Higher Education's ProfHacker blog, a cadre of.

Sep 11, 2017. The Chronicle of Higher Education published an in-depth article about our program's Teaching and Learning Studio faculty workshop.

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Feb 25, 2019  · In a recent issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education and in a new book, Steven Brint argues that higher education has entered a "golden age." Graduation from college is.

For example, an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education titled “How Educated Are State Legislators?” includes an interactive U.S. map of state-level descriptive data on legislator demographics.

David Gooblar writes in The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Many faculty members believe a key part of our role is helping students understand and thrive in the world as it is. But to do that, don’t.

I’m Goldie Blumenstyk, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education covering innovation in and around academe. Here’s what I’m thinking about this week: The human factor. When more than 10,000.

The Chronicle of Higher Education has the nation’s largest newsroom dedicated to covering colleges and universities. As the unrivaled leader in higher education journalism, we serve our readers with indispensable real-time news and deep insights, plus the essential tools, career opportunities, and knowledge to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

Concerns about Yik Yak and analysis of MOOCs and online teaching were among the most popular stories this past year on our Wired Campus blog.

Eric Kelderman writes about money and accountability in higher education, including such areas as state policy, accreditation, and legal affairs. You can find him on Twitter @etkeld, or email him at.

No one in higher education can afford to be complacent. Cultural, demographic, and economic forces are changing the world around and on campuses,

Former University of Louisville President James Ramsey resigned under pressure a mere 27 days into the 2016-17 fiscal year, but he was still the nation’s highest-paid public college president that.

Last week, The Chronicle of Higher Education published an in-depth article on the sports. you know,’ because when you read.

Top-producing U.S. colleges and universities are highlighted annually in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Sixteen students and alumni from Villanova University won Fulbright awards for the academic.

Many individuals are drawn to higher education, including academic careers, because of academe’s potential for change. Countless prospective and current graduate students note that their desire to make a difference in their communities or society in general.

Guest Blog: Who Is Teaching Your Students and How Can You Support Them? March 25. Competition Is Bad for Education: Admission Bribery Scandal Edition.

Jeffrey Flier, a former dean of Harvard Medical School, writes in the Chronicle of Higher Education that he has supported prior efforts, including affirmative action, to enhance “diversity, equity,

Aug 31, 2018. Blogs are back! At least, they seem to be making a resurgence as we try to disentangle ourselves from the predatory social media platforms that.

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Mar 27, 2018. And then go to your blog and write about it! Are you returning to your blog? Why or why not? Let us know in comments! [Photo "Turn Again Lane.

The Chronicle of Higher Education publishes the lists annually. "I am so very proud of FIT’s new Fulbright awardees and delighted for them, as well," said Dr. Joyce F. Brown, president of FIT.

We fully endorse a tip found in this week’s issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education in a short piece called "How Not to Neglect Your Writerly Voice." Jan. 25, 2019 at A3. The article laments that.

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She received her Master of Arts in education from Wake Forest University. Nowviskie has numerous scholarly publications with several forthcoming in 2019. In 2013, she was named one of the “Ten Tech.

(To learn more about rescinded offers, read my previous column and blog post on the topic. You can also consult this data visualization, published a few years ago by The Chronicle, to help you.

Affirming our commitment. Our School of Education affirms its commitments to research, teaching, and service that help to challenge hateful perspectives and to.

Learn more about EAB's Higher Education Strategy Forum. EAB's CEO David Felsenthal in this profile originally featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

May 8, 2017. A team of professors and administrators are the authors of this Chronicle of Higher Education blog. Their posts span a variety of disciplines and.

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But It May Have Landed Her USC's Top Job,” The Chronicle, March 20). But as a professor of communication studies, I was irritated by your attribution of one of.

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There are many, many blogs for and/or by scholars on the margins of academia. The Chronicle of Higher Education Blogs · Inside Higher Ed Blogs · The.