by Ruth Wangerin and Marc Kagan There’s an unwarranted assumption that workers with college degrees are at the top of the heap in terms of not only earnings but also rights.
by Jasmine Roberts Our nation has been confronted with ugly truths and hard history revealing how systemic racism rears its head in almost every space. Since the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down.
We’re paying for it so it should be a choice. by Lucy Palin Online lectures have become the new norm during the pandemic, which students completely understand. Face-to-face is not.
A trio of Ph.D. students ask the question, “What should universities be?” by John-Erik Hansson, Nguyen Vu Thuc Linh, Ola Innset The role of the university as a place of.
by Neta C. Crawford By early July, about 80 percent of U.S. campuses were planning to resume at least some in-person instruction, even as a growing numbers of faculty are voicing concerns about safety. As Michael Sorrell, president.
Rather than dismissing the loneliness of online learning as inevitable, we need to work collectively across academia to continually improve student experiences for everyone. by Robert Furtado When I worked.