Fri, 02/17/2017 - 12:00pm
Expression on campus and anywhere in the public sphere has gained renewed urgency - understanding it, championing it, responding to it. A Chronicle of Higher Education writer weighs in with an important point - College Is Too Late to Teach Free Speech: How do young adults arrive on campus with so little appreciation of free expression and the First Amendment? But the better question is: How could they have gained such an appreciation when their…
Tags: ecosystem, sea level, Department of Dance, graphic design, BFF, Germanic and Slavic Studies, Office of Development and Alumni Relations
Fri, 03/23/2012 - 11:25am
A colleague pointed me to this Times article elucidating the role university art museums are playing on college campuses everywhere:   In the 21st century, university art museums have become more aggressive in extending their missions and collections to reach deeper into classrooms and curriculums not ordinarily associated with art. At Duke’s seven-year-old Nasher Museum, two members of its 30-person staff are devoted exclusively to finding…
Tags: Geology, Office of Student Academic Services, Germanic and Slavic Studies