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Rex Murphy: The modern university risks becoming a cocoon of self-indulgence and anti-intellectualism

Lighthouses of reason, or beacons of  folly? Which more readily applies to some modern universities? If you have been happy enough to read a New Statesman… 747 more words

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Paul R. Root, Ph.D.

Title: Professor Emeritus (Retired)
Company: Ouachita Baptist University
Location: Arkadelphia, AR United States
Honored Member

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Hints and Tips for Exam Revision

The attendees of the club and Dr Varma provided a number of different ways to revise for the exams to be able to revise effectively. 150 more words

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Bobby Jindal is not Louisiana's governor; he long ago moved into new role as state's undisputed Chief Liar in Residence

Bobby Jindal loves to throw around the “L-word.”

So much so that we at LouisianaVoice are beginning to let it creep into our vocabulary when writing about Bobby. 1,448 more words

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Buh-bye, public education!

Early this week we learned that Illinois State Senator Bill Brady has worked on legislation to privatize the state’s nine public universities.

His rationale? They’re overly burdened by regulations compared to private schools. 609 more words

Student projects: 3 tips to improve directions and grading criteria

by Julie Dodd

In Mass Communication Teaching, the students are developing materials for an undergraduate communications course. Those materials include:

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)

Reflections on #NASPA15 from a first-time attendee

“Finally.” With the help of some professional development funding and one of NASPA’s scholarship initiatives for New Professionals and Graduate Students, I was able to attend and participate in my first… 1,000 more words