Adrianna Kezar of the Delphi Project on why the professor at the front of your class probably doesn’t have tenure. Continue reading
May 5, 2017
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Adrianna Kezar of the Delphi Project on why the professor at the front of your class probably doesn’t have tenure. Continue reading →
Good news/bad news: the new Canadian federal government will be coming up with their budget soon (probably the third week of March)–what will it mean for higher education? Continue reading →
This week’s good news/bad news: Turkey, an Academia.edu Twitterstorm, BC post-secondary funding, a chocolate milk scandal, and the goat that got away. In the research paper of the week, we look at an article that might offer an explanation for why Gordon is so arrogant. Plus, Sam interviews Audrey Watters, watchdog covering Silicon Valley’s machinations for higher ed. Continue reading →
This weeks headlines: craziness (again) at UBC, a project that identifies the most-taught books, a professor who might kinda be into ISIS, and a new president at Brock. Plus, a new segment: research of the week. Our feature interview is with Susan Dynarski, an educational economist who answers the question ‘is college really worth it?’ Continue reading →
February 19, 2015