Jamie Brownlee says corporations and public universities can never be brought into balance.

This week’s good news/bad news: STEM v. Humanities, episode 2,420; student protests breaking out in India; exposing the colleges that are being bailed out, because they are too-big-to-fail; new ways to make your professors better teachers; and, finally, hug a corporation week.
Good News/Bad News

#1
Cohen, Patricia. “A Rising Call to Promote STEM Education and Cut Liberal Arts Funding.”The New York Times 21 Feb. 2016. NYTimes.com.
#2
Sankalp Phartiyal and Rupam Jain, Reuters et al. “India’s Biggest Student Protests in 25 Years Are Spreading to Campuses across the Country.”Business Insider.
#3
Nasiripour, Shahien. “Too-Big-To-Fail Haunts Education Department.”The Huffington Post. 17 Feb. 2016.
#4
Ruff, Corinne. “New Credential Aims to Make Professors Into Better Teachers.”The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Feb. 2016. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
#5
Gamage, Michelle. “Coca-Cola on Campus during Anti-Consumerism Week.”The Concordian. 17 Feb. 2016.

Research of the Week
Feature Interview
Brownlee, Jamie. Academia Inc.: How Corporatization Is Transforming Canadian Universities. Halifax: Fernwood Books Ltd, 2015. 

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