by Henry Wenslydale and Monty Tufnel Freelance Writers In a shocking announcement this week, the Board of Trustees for Ramses University declared that it would completely eliminate its executive leadership team September 1. “This decision was not made lightly,” stated James Vandershine, chair of the Ramses Board. “Generic Consultants reviewed our current structure and provided […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor NORTHAMPTON, Mass. The dismal level to which feminism has sunk in the public’s estimation is evident here, where the nation’s second department of Women’s Studies was founded at Sarah Baldwin College in 1971. “San Diego State beat us to the finish line,” says Ariel Winter-Smythe, a writing instructor, “but we […]
Dr. Kelleen Svanston, scholar and thought leader on engaging college students through engaging instruction, giggled with delight when she learned who the audience was at her most recent keynote speech. After talking at length about classroom techniques designed to identify students’ needs and backgrounds, Svanston was whisked away to a lunch with select members of […]
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