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Faculty Activities: Nancy Um in Asia Inside Out: Changing Times

See Associate Professor Nancy Um‘s chapter “1636 and 1726: Yemen after the First Ottoman Era,” in Asia Inside Out: Changing Times, vol. 1, ed. 274 more words

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Performance Funding Is Only Increasing the Problems That It Is Ostensibly Supposed to Solve

The Community College Research Center at the Columbia University Teachers College has released a report on “Unintended Impacts of Performance Funding on Community Colleges and Universities in Three States.” The full text of this CCRC Working Paper No. 925 more words

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Texas Tech at the 2014 NCFR Conference

This year’s National Council on Family Relations conference was held in Baltimore, Maryland this past weekend, with the headquarters hotel just a baseball throw away from the Orioles’ Camden Yards ballpark. 218 more words

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Video: Cool Teacher Offices

Cool Teacher Offices

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-Teddy Dawson and Meryl Rueppel 111 more words

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Wheatley's World Affairs Club Participates in Princeton's Model UN Conference

Wheatley’s World Affairs Club spent four days in New Jersey participating in Princeton’s Model UN Conference. Model United Nations is a wonderful opportunity for students to simulate the debate and activities of the UN General Assembly. 64 more words

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America Re-Imagined, in Retrospect: Fifty Notable American Novels about the “West”: 24-26.

Huffaker, Clair.  Nobody Loves a Drunken Indian.  New York: McKay, 1967.

When Nobody Loves a Drunken Indian was published in 1967, Huffaker had already established himself as a novelist and screenwriter who could remain fundamentally true to the Western formula while cleverly manipulating some of its elements to give each story a winning combination of familiarity and freshness.  1,013 more words

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CFP: Neoliberalism and Public Higher Education

In order to promote critical reflection and public discussions on the impact of neoliberalism on higher education the Julian Samora Research Institute at Michigan State University is hosting a national conference on “Neoliberalism and Public Higher Education” at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing, Michigan, on March 27 – 28, 2015. 318 more words

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