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What the Pandemic Taught Us

Empathy, wisdom, and connection are as vital as ambition, data, and self-sufficiency

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  • Gregory P. Crawford

Post Date: January 26, 2022

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The Labor of the Mind

The future of academia in the gig economy

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  • Deirdre Frontczak

Issue: Fall 2021

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Students Navigate the Uncertainty of the Pandemic

Reflections on lessons learned in a time of disruption

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  • Nancy Budwig and 
  • Emily Schuster

Issue: Fall 2021

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General Education and the Humanities

How four universities use common intellectual experiences and pathways to show students the power of the humanities

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  • Annie W. Bezbatchenko and 
  • Loni Bordoloi Pazich

Post Date: January 14, 2022

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Tenure, Contracts, and Mentorship

How two universities reimagined support for contingent and adjunct faculty

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  • Ben Dedman

Post Date: December 20, 2021

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What’s the Future of Assessment?

The time may be ripe to reassess our processes and priorities

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  • David Eubanks
  • Keston Fulcher
  • Doug Roscoe
  • Josie Welsh, and 
  • Charlie Blaich

Post Date: January 14, 2022

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Ethnic Identity in the Nuevo South

As demographics change, educators must act quickly to support Latinx students

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  • Elsa Camargo
  • Delma Ramos, and 
  • Cathryn Bennett
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Power Skills for Work and Life

General education faculty and career services staff partner to make liberal education visible and valued

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  • Tom Schrand and 
  • Meriel Tulante
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All Students Are Science Students

Why we need to educate students to be members of a science-proficient society

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  • Bridget G. Trogden and 
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Dare Them to Dream

Colleges can inspire rural high school students to pursue a liberal arts education

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  • Robert L. Fried
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In Good Faith

Whether and how students are learning to build bridges across religious difference

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