The aftermath of assessments — Program prioritization evaluations conclude and concerns are raised by faculty senators 09.19.2017

Faculty Senate focused last week’s Tuesday meeting around the recently released program prioritization evaluations and special orders regarding the Great Colleges to Work For survey and the International Programs office. In the chair’s report, Patrick Hrdlicka reported that he has received positive feedback from faculty regarding the bulleted list of key talking points he has […]


How not to fit in — Where nonconformism fits into this thing we call progress

Nonconformity as a continual, measured practice is the key to societal progress. The notion of progress is not exactly easy to pin down because of its subjectivity. But, societal growth as a whole is an inherently subjective concept, whereas progression and regression can appear to be interchangeable depending on an individual’s background.

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