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How higher education might respond to the climate crisis: an introductory interview

How might colleges and universities engage the climate crisis? I was recently honored to be interviewed on that topic by the Bringing Theory To Practice team.  In the most recent issue of their Bringing It newsletter BT2P asked very good … Continue reading

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Talking about higher education, the future, and climate change at Culture Study

This week an interview with me appears in Anne Helen Peterson‘s Culture Study newsletter.  The excellent Colleen Murphy asked me good questions about higher education, climate change, Universities on Fire, and the future. Peterson’s introduction includes this passage, which offered … Continue reading

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I’m interviewed for an Inside Higher Ed podcast

Last week Inside Higher Ed interviewed me for their podcast, The Key. Doug Lederman, a fine host, began by asking me about futures thinking, so I offered a quick intro to the profession. Next, we discuss how the pandemic changed … Continue reading

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Academia, climate change, and the future: an interview with Kim Stanley Robinson

How might the climate crisis unfold?  What should academia do about it? One year ago our online book club read Kim Stanley Robinson‘s recent novel about one way the next few decades could play out, The Ministry for the Future … Continue reading

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My climate change work in Numérique responsable

In October I gave a talk (online, of course) about climate change and the future of higher education.  EDUCAUSE hosted the event; accordingly, my focus was on campus information technology.  I appreciated the chance to try out my most recent … Continue reading

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Interviewing the founder of the U Experience

What might it mean to unbundle higher education during a pandemic? Earlier this month I read about The U Experience in Inside Higher Ed.  The U Experience is an experimental startup with the goal of providing an undergraduate residential semester… … Continue reading

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Talking about COVID-19 and higher education with the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal just published a video essay about the impact of COVID-19 on higher education.  It’s based on conversations with me. buy levaquin online buy levaquin no prescription generic We touch on Academia Next, scenarios, and more. Watch the … Continue reading

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Transforming the professoriate: this week in the Chronicle of Higher Education

This week I’m doing several things with the Chronicle of Higher Education. buy nolvadex online buy nolvadex no prescription generic   They focus on how college and university faculty roles may change as a result of the coronavirus. First, today … Continue reading

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Reflecting on higher ed in the pandemic

As higher education continues to grapple with COVID-19 I’ve been talking with various kind interviewers.  It’s a good way for me to think through my analyses. Here are two. First, Howard Teibel and a colleague talked with me on his … Continue reading

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I discuss Academia Next on Trending in Education

The media tour for my new book continues! Last week the Trending in Education podcast was kind enough to host me.  Mike Palmer and I had a wide-ranging conversation, touching on adjuncts, pedagogy, technology, disruption, and some of my scenarios. … Continue reading

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