“Put another way, college sports at elite schools are a quiet sort of affirmative action for affluent white kids, and play a big role in keeping these institutions so stubbornly white and affluent.”
What Factors Hold Back the Careers of Women and Faculty of Color? Columbia U. Went Looking for Answers – The Chronicle of Higher Education
The university has released detailed data on how salary, workload, work-life balance, and climate issues affect scholars’ experience on campus.
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Think ahead about what topics you are teaching and whether hot moments might be triggered. Chances are you know when these moments might happen.
Students like Nayla Kidd at Columbia University might not disappear from college if they had the opportunity to have meaningful relationships with faculty advisers, argues Claire Potter.
The body of evidence supporting the effectiveness of regular quizzes on assigned readings continues to grow. Here’s why they work.
How Faculty Advisers Can Be First Responders When Students Need Help – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Professors can’t be experts in everything that can go wrong for a student. But they should know how to make referrals to necessary campus resources.
The final class minutes can be best spent constructively assessing levels of student learning to disrupt illusions of fluency.