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My new book, Universities on Fire, is now in the world

Today is a good day for me.  My new book, Universities on Fire: Higher Education in the Climate Crisis, is now published.  It’s my Johns Hopkins University monograph on how colleges and universities might be impacted by climate change for … Continue reading

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My new book appears in print: hello, Universities on Fire!

Guess what arrived at my house today? buy tadalista online buy tadalista no prescription generic My new book, Universities on Fire: Higher Education in the Climate Crisis, is the fruit of several years of research, interviews, writing, more research, and … Continue reading

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Starting to think about how the climate crisis hits campuses

This week I published a short article about the climate crisis and academia.  Specifically, it’s an introduction to how the emergency can strike physical campuses. The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) was kind enough to publish “Anticipating the … Continue reading

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Writing a book: the reviewers’ revisions step

This week is the spring equinox. Here in Virginia the temperatures have risen appropriately. At times it’s warm enough that breezes are welcome, rather than chilling. Some first flowers are daring to blossom. Meanwhile, I received reviews on my next … Continue reading

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My Academia Next book wins 2020 Most Significant Futures Work award

I’d like to share some good news.  Even to kvell a little. My most recent book, Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education, appeared from Johns Hopkins University Press over the 2019-2020 winter.  It got some good notices until March, … Continue reading

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Academia Next – it’s discount time for my book!

This past winter my most recent book, Academia Next, appeared in print and ebook formats.  Reactions have been fascinating and gratifying so far. buy zovirax online buy zovirax no prescription generic Now I’d like to share a way of getting … 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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My new book project begins: Universities on Fire

I’ve just signed a contract with Johns Hopkins University Press for my next book.  The complete manuscript of Universities on Fire: Higher Education in the Age of Climate Crisis is due in late 2021, aimed at a 2022 publication. The title … Continue reading

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Anticipating a pandemic

Here’s one thing about being a futurist.  Sometimes the world confirms one of your scenarios or models, but it’s not something to celebrate.  That’s because what you foresaw isn’t good news for anyone when it actually enters the real world. … Continue reading

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In the media for Academia Next

Since Academia Next came out (Johns Hopkins University Press) (Amazon) I’ve lucked into a bunch of media appearances. It’s excellent to get the word out about the book, of course, but I also love the conversational aspect.  It helps me … Continue reading

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