A quick Google search shows the wild popularity of a new genre of academic writing: the graduate-student blog about the evils of graduate school. With names like “100 Reasons NOT to Go to Graduate Schools,” these… Learn more.
Here is a tough question – what are the limits of legitimate protest? As Lord Keynes is famously reputed to have said, everything depends on everything else. What is protest? What is legitimate? I’m going to t… Learn more.
Good ol’ community college. If you can’t get into, or can’t afford, university, then community college is the place to be. It’s also cheap, cheap, cheap…or at least, that’s what community college administrato… Learn more.
Tokyo Bot Review: In This Review of Hiro Katsumi's Tokyo Bot software we reveal why we consider this just another scam. Our Official Tokyo Bot Review About the Tokyo Bot Software: Product Name: Tokyo Bot Produc… Learn more.
In a recent lecture at ANU, the esteemed research education expert Dr Margaret Kiley claimed that if we set out to design the Australian PhD from scratch we wouldn’t start from here. The PhD assessment (in most cas… Learn more.
It is almost impossible for those who live outside the academy to understand and appreciate how American colleges and universities govern themselves. Basically, college governance has three partners – the facult… Learn more.
The documentary film Ivory Tower takes on national debates about higher education and renders them as compelling dramas, stories, and scenes. Andrew Rossi, the film’s talented director, previously used similar tech… Learn more.
Deja vu, is a term that was first coined by the French psychic researcher, Emile Boirac. Deja vu means ‘already seen’ – and is also called ‘paramnesia’. Deja vu is often used to describe the feeling that comes … Learn more.
When you need an essay or a dissertation to be written, there is usually no opportunity to look through numerous writing services and compare the quality of assistance they provide – there are just too many of them and… Learn more.
I'm gearing up to teach my favorite class again this fall at UMass, Agricultural Systems Thinking, in which we learn how to think about the many problems created by modern industrial agriculture. This post is written for… Learn more.