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  • University Design by David J. Staley
    The Integrator Chris W. Gallagher, College Made Whole: Integrative Learning for a Divided World (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019). Chris Gallagher begins College Made Whole by observing that “colleges and universities are not designed to promote integrative learning.” (xiii) Integrative learners are those with the ability to … Read more
  • Through the Provost’s Window: Supporting Change.
    By Dr. Kristine Barnett On my campus, the last few months have been marked by orange cones and yellow caution tape. Dumpsters have covered parking spots. The soundtrack to our work week is bulldozers and trucks. The campus is undergoing a bit of a facelift, with buildings … Read more
  • Born to Teach: What Educators Can Learn from Bruce Springsteen by Melissa Morriss-Olson
    When Bruce Springsteen took to the stage at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA last week, it wasn’t just a concert; it was a masterclass in engagement. For over three hours, ‘The Boss’ had an entire stadium—including me–hanging on to every chord, every lyric, every story. As an … Read more