The pope’s encyclical on the environment reinforces the need for liberally educated citizens, a university president says.
Kelsey Martin, who became interested in medicine while in the Peace Corps, says she wants to foster open discussion and fair treatment.
Khanjan Mehta, an engineer, will encourage students to use their imaginations to help solve global problems.
An article on disruption inspires a university’s geology professors to work high-impact learning practices into their curriculum.
William Brustein says he will look to the Middle East and China as he tries to attract more foreign students to the Mountain State.
A book reinforces the idea that college administrators should avoid feeling content.
Academics multiply their impact as their students go out into the world, says Ronald J. Brachman.
The late author’s books are a vehicle to discuss current race relations, says a university president.
A president gains new understanding from a book on the Arctic that he first read as a student at the college he leads.
No attempts at persuasion could keep him at the University of Cincinnati when he had a chance to lead a university in his Canadian birthplace.
Tim Chartier, a professor at Davidson College, uses mime to teach math at college and on the performance circuit.
A president finds a world filled with possibilities in Ruth Ozeki’s novel about an adolescent girl in Japan.
The latest topics include barriers to STEM degrees and evidence-based models for teaching.
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