The view of violent uprisings in the Middle East, and collateral threats in the United States, is a bit different in the Ivory Tower than it is closer to the action.
Monthly Archives For September 2012
Tens of thousands of students in Texas with microchip ids.
Things to do in Denver when you’re progressive
A pair of professors from the University of Missouri School of Journalism have done a surprisingly sympathetic study of the blogging enterprise.
Veterans of Democratic presidential administrations regularly best their Republican counterparts when there are job openings in academia.
“Utopia: That’s more of an ideal than a reality.” Sally L. Kitch, professor of women and gender studies, Arizona State University at ASU symposium, “Are we losing our humanity?,” National Press Club, September 7, 2012.
From coast to coast, parents not at the tender mercies of the Chicago Teachers Union are taking control of their children’s education.
At least one college professor is looking at the Chicago teacher’s strike with envy.
George Washington University is mandating diversity training for campus groups.
In defending Obamacare, an academic may be missing the obvious, like giving the law credit for what was already in place.