by Tracy Birdwell and Tripp Harris When it comes to conducting classes this fall, most colleges seem to be stuck between holding in-person or remote classes, or some combination of.
by James Burch In another era, student poverty might have meant a brief period of hardship during a life of relative affluence. Plenty of graduates joke about the old days.
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 Mark Edmundson. Bloomsbury, 2013. Hardcover. Review by Deborah Straw In “A Word to the New Humanities Professor,” Mark Edmundson, Professor of English, recommends the way to consider the job.
by Christen Pudlewski Embry I have been teaching college classes as an adjunct for 11 years and I recently made major changes to my attendance policy. Basically, I don’t have.
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.