The standards of "credibility" in academia far too often dismiss minorities and their perspectives.
Academia itself is a reproduction of the problematic structures existing outside, and far below, the Ivory Tower.
Less time to review: Reviewers should only be given a few weeks to review papers. Every academic I've every spoken to tells
I'm continually amazed by the insights of Friedrich Nietzsche.
Hahn Tapper, who received a master's degree from Harvard and his doctorate from UC Santa Barbara, takes the reader through
After all of those years in school, I realized I wasn't cut out for a career in academia. At the time, my only industry experience
How to take action as a social entrepreneur Is impact entrepreneurship right for you? The chance to work directly with students
The dozens of distinguished professors participating in AIM2Flourish share a common passion: educating the next generation
Different angles of a topic Keywords: academia, sustainability, management, meaning, purpose, trust, stakeholders, impact
On Friday, August 26, as we celebrate Women's Equality Day - a day marking the 96th anniversary of the 19th Amendment that guaranteed women the right to vote - it is a time to reflect both on the progress that has been made on gender equality and on how much work still remains.
Answer by Richard Muller, Professor of Physics, UC Berkeley, on Quora: Every course (well, almost every course) you take
That leads me to another question. The novel seems to be partly metafiction in the sense that Jeremy is very aware of writing
It's not every day one sees a fully-functional smart city, given crumbling urban infrastructure in many countries, so a visit to a metropolitan area that runs well and serves its residents efficiently is a delightful sight for sore eyes.
One of the most important lessons I took from this experience was that religion does have so many positive things about it.
It doesn't take a rocket surgeon to understand why progressive schools are formalizing data-oriented programs. Peering into
A profession that centers around the production of words, as many academic vocations do, should benefit people through those
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof argues there's a great injustice going on at colleges across the country where "liberal" professors in disciplines such as English Literature, History, and Anthropology show "intolerance" towards underrepresented "conservatives."
Big Firms. Often they run like a slow moving's going ahead with momentum, but it's not going quickly, and it's