Fall 2021

Love’s Labor’s Lost: The tenuous position of adjuncts in the academic gig economy

VOL. 107 NO. 4

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The Labor of the Mind

The future of academia in the gig economy

By Deirdre Frontczak
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Dare Them to Dream

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

By Robert L. Fried
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Ethnic Identity in the Nuevo South

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

By 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

By Tom Schrand and Meriel Tulante
Student gets creative working in screen-printing studio
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Students Navigate the Uncertainty of the Pandemic

Reflections on lessons learned in a time of disruption

By Nancy Budwig and Emily Schuster
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All Students Are Science Students

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

By Bridget G. Trogden and Christopher G. Murphy
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In Good Faith

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