by Robert Massa Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand.
by P.D. Lesko Thanks to refunds to students for tuition, room and board, and activity fees, as well as uncertainty surrounding Fall 2020 enrollments, college and university presidents across the.
by Kent Oswald Does anyone know, and will they share, the purpose of higher education, both the learning and teaching parts? I’ve experienced big and small, private and public, research-.
by Donnell King Dear Jeremy: Your (I suspect) tongue-in-cheek response to a Facebook posting has led me to a lot of introspection and thought. When a colleague posted a very.
by Joseph G. Ramsey, Ph.D. Having now re-read AdjunctNation's response to my essay "The Invisible Faculty," [Please note: this essay is behind a paywall.] and having had a chance to.
by Grace Karram Stephenson The plight of the part-time professor – often called sessional, contingent or precarious instructors – has become a hot topic in the past decade leading many to question.