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Where was my student going? He was no doubt heading into a more turbocharged version of his summer, a life of supreme intensity created in collaboration with the laptop slung over his shoulder.

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They Keep the College Moving

Behind a university’s research, class field trips, and student recruitment efforts is “a virtual smorgasbord of vehicles.” Meet the mechanics who keep them running.

If you work as a mechanic at Oregon State University, one of the clearest signs that a new academic year is nigh is the number of pickup trucks that are brought in to be serviced. 39 more words

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Existential Angst in an Unmapped Political Landscape - Guest Opinion

A naturalized American wonders: Will perceptions of his “otherness” distort how his teaching on controversial topics is received?

The political rhetoric over the past year, attacking immigrants, non-Christians, and people of color, has not been easy to handle for this brown-skinned, accented, naturalized citizen who came to America in 1987 from Tamil Nadu, deep in southern India. 25 more words

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"Code-switching" for Productivity

As you might guess, writers often contact an academic writing coach because they feel stuck — either in making progress on a single project or with their larger writing agenda. 257 more words

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Faculty support marginalized students

To date, 26 Biola faculty members have signed a statement to support marginalized students who attend Christian universities across the country.

SUPPORTING THE MARGINALIZED

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FIU recognized as one of the best colleges to work for

FIU is the only university in the United States this year to receive honor roll with recognition in all 12 categories of The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual report, making it one of the best colleges to work for. 40 more words

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This Woman Also Knows History: Why you Should Get Twitter Verified

Well, readers, I wasn’t sure I’d be using the blogging feature of this site all that much, but two recent events have energized me to spend a few minutes putting together a blog post here. 442 more words

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