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Malam Penganugerahan Mahasiswa Berprestasi FISIP UI

Setelah semingguan nggak nulis, akhirnya ada bahan buat ditulis. Oke, kali ini kita akan ngebahas mengenai malam penganugerahan MAPRES FISIP UI 2014. Apa itu MAPRES? MAPRES merupakan akronim dari Mahasiswa Berprestasi. 669 more words

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Dean Demleitner Speaks on Legal Education in Boulder, CO

Dean Nora Demleitner speaks this week in Boulder, Colorado at two events.

On Thursday, April 17, 2014, Silicon Flatirons Center at the University of Colorado sponsored “ 118 more words


April 18, 2014

Saving seats 
I met with a great friend of mine, who also happens to be a great friend of WMU, this week. We walked into the coffee shop together, he placed his newspaper on the table, and then he tossed his car keys on top of the paper. 1,209 more words

Weekly Updates

Lefebvre on H-Diplo and Israel-Palestine

Prof. Jeffrey Lefebvre’s invited contribution to the H-Diplo roundtable discussion of Louise Woodroofe’s book, Buried in the Sands of the Ogaden: The United States, the Horn of Africa, and the Demise of Détente… 35 more words


Why Personalization?

By Susan B. Rose, Personalized Learning Coordinator at Grandview Preparatory School

The days of one specific curriculum recipe satisfying the needs of each student are over.  426 more words


Crises Connected like Spokes of a Wheel—or the Pockets on a Roulette Wheel

Last Sunday, the New York Times published an editorial, signed by the editorial board, titled “The College Faculty Crisis” [http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/14/opinion/the-college-faculty-crisis.html].

In many ways, the editorial does not say much that should be new to anyone in higher education, but it is certainly significant that the most highly regarded newspaper in the country is highlighting the issues related to the declining state support for public colleges and universities and the effects of the increasing contingency among faculty. 998 more words


Backseat Driving in the Clown Car

Backseat driving in the clown car: that’s what pundits are about, today.

In The New York Times, David Brooks tries to turn that around… 655 more words