Even better than we were the last time: Cited is back! Sam talks to sociologist Amy Binder about what life is like for conservative students on a liberal campuses.
Also, economist Russ Roberts shows us how to fake being well read. Stella and Jack Suberman reminisce on the GI Bill and how it changed American higher learning.
#1: Visible Minorities at Canadian Universities
- Usher, Alex. “Know Your Incoming Students (Part 1)”. Higher Education Strategy Associates. 30 Aug. 2016.
#2: For-Profit College Collapses
- Thomason, Andy. “As For-Profit ITT Announces Closure, Thousands of Students and Employees Face Uncertainty”. The Chronicle of Higher Education Blogs: The Ticker. 6 Sept. 2016.
#3: Rights for RAs
- Patel, Vimal. “For Research Assistants, NLRB Decision Marks a Big Win.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 5 Sept. 2016.
#4: Microaggressions on the Curriculum
- Saul, Stephanie. “Campuses Cautiously Train Freshmen Against Subtle Insults”. The New York Times. 6 Sept. 2016.
#5: Spoiled Spreadsheets
- Ingraham, Christopher. “An Alarming Number of Scientific Papers Contain Excel Errors.” The Washington Post. 26 Aug. 2016.
- Suberman, Stella. The GI Bill Boys: A Memoir. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2012. Print
- Roberts, Russ. How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life: An Unexpected Guide to Human Nature and Happiness. New York: Penguin Random House, 2014. Print.
- Binder, Amy and Wood, Kate. Becoming Right: How Campuses Shape Young Conservatives. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013. Print.