20 avril 2019

Partial, and Uneven, Recovery From Recession

HomeBy Greg Toppo. An early look at state and local higher education funding finds that recovery since the recession has been uneven, with just nine states in 2018 back to pre-recession funding levels -- meanwhile, another 11 have seen no recovery at all. More...

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19 avril 2019

The Real Odds of Getting In

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. New analysis shows just how false are the reports that it's impossible to get into college. More...

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What High School Students Want

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Walking backward on tours doesn't impress anyone anymore. How can colleges make an impact? And how can colleges outside California attract Californians. More...

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Try Meeting in the Middle

HomeWill teacher-student conflict yield a mutiny -- even a public relations nightmare? Maria Shine Stewart shares a dozen tips that may help you reach better outcomes. More...

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Creating Serendipity

HomeStephen J. Aguilar offers guidance for developing habits that will help you maximize the odds of being at the right place at the right time when it comes to your career. More...

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Leaving Your Job Gracefully

HomeNo matter why you are departing, how you manage your exit can impact your career into the future, advises Christine Kelly. More...

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The White Man Template and Academic Bias

Home“Legitimate” pursuits of knowledge are expressions of power, write Rebecca A. Reid and Todd A Curry. More...

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Public Scholar, Beware

HomeDo what you can to minimize the risks and maximize the opportunities of entering the public sphere, advises Helene Meyers, who offers recommendations. More...

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The Natural -- and Desirable -- Death of the Conference Interview

HomeIt preys upon the most vulnerable members of the scholarly community and is unhealthy for the departments that demand it, argues Matteo Pangallo. More...

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Losing Conviviality

HomeEdward Tenner laments the passing of a former professor and the values he represented. More...

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