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Academic Motherhood: How Faculty Manage Work and Family
Kelly Ward, a Washington State University professor and co-author of Academic Motherhood, contends that a “don’t ask, don’t tell” culture still prevails in academia when it comes to pregnancy. Sometimes that keeps women from reaching...
Tags: Parenting, Academic life, Mothers
For the first time in the 126-year history of college-level writing programs, a single scholarly book focuses on one university's writing program. Beyond Outcomes: Assessment and Instruction Within a University Writing Program tells the story ...
Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning
If you're a parent seeking a quality model for secondary education for your child, you will be intrigued and encouraged in reading Robert Littlejohn '83 and Charles T. Evans's Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning. If you'...
Tags: Christian education
The Renaissance of American Indian Higher Education: Capturing the Dream
Much of the effort of American Indian education in recent years has been to reverse the effects of the deadly programs of the past, when the schools most Indians had access to were procrustean institutions, to which they were required to adjust, or f...
Tags: Native Americans
Dancing to the Concertina's Tune
Educating the incarcerated is not an undertaking for the faint of heart. In Dancing to the Concertina's Tune: A Prison Teacher's Memoir, Jan Walker '60 explores her unusual career in correctional education and seeks to give the reader an understandin...
Categories: Education, Memoirs