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In Delaware, Dramatically Different Conceptions of the Current State and the Future Prospects of Higher Education
Earlier this month, Dr. Patrick T. Harker, President of the University of Delaware, wrote an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer expressing his views of the American university and the faculty of the University of Delaware. 1,784 more words
Colleges are usually at the forefront of radical politics [The word “radical” suggests extreme and abrupt change driven by ideological rather than practical concerns. These days there is much more political radicalism on the Far Right than anywhere on the Left… 2,283 more words
by Alexander M. Cannon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Music History/Ethnomusicology
Western Michigan University College of Fine Arts
When I started teaching three years ago, I was struck by the energy and drive of my colleagues in the College of Fine Arts. 2,097 more words
Here’s a headline from today’s New York Times: “Wisconsin Sees Presidential Ploy in Walker’s Push for University Cuts.” Only to be expected, of course: 516 more words
The Board of Regents Approves a New Business Model for the University of Maryland University College: A Serious Blow
Guest blogger David Kaloustian is a professor of English and Modern Languages at Bowie State University in Maryland.
An Unfortunately Chosen Metaphor
I note that the White Paper (see 4.b. 2,270 more words