David Kirkland, who has studied the literacy of urban youth, would like to bring results of the center’s research directly to instructors.
Ginger Clark, a professor of clinical education at the University of Southern California, says non-tenure-track faculty members have gained in status there.
Steven Bahls, president of Augustana College, in Illinois, says the book reminded him of the importance of listening.
Jonathan I. Levy, who earned his Ph.D. in history at Chicago, says the university offers attractive opportunities for collaboration.
Daniel W. Jones, a medical doctor, will oversee program development at the university’s Mississippi Center for Obesity Research.
Samuel Gorovitz, a philosophy professor at Syracuse University, is rereading two books with insights into how we see the world, how the past shapes us, and how we learn from both ancestors and descendants.
Two new biographies of James Madison remind Jonathan R. Alger, president of James Madison University, of the civic purpose of higher education.
When Robert A. Scott took over Adelphi University 15 years ago, it was churning through leaders and its reputation had suffered.