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Radical Openness, Revolutionary Change: Shifting My Own Thinking

Senior Scholar Blog

Written by Sherry K. Watt "The teacher also has to be a person who is going a little further. I don't for a minute think that we can be teachers who invite students into radical openness if we're not willing to be radically open ourselves, if we're not willing to be a witness to our students of how ideas change and shape us, how something affects us so that we think differently than we did before...
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2016 National Coming Out Day

Today, 11 October 2016, is the 28th anniversary of National Coming Out Day (NCOD) founded in 1988 by Robert Eichberg and Jean O' Leary. Eichberg, who died in 1995 of complications from AIDS was a psychologist from New Mexico and founder of the personal growth workshop, The Experience. O'Leary was an self-identified lesbian, political leader and long-time activist from New York, and was at the...

AASHE Announces 2016 Sustainability Award Winners

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Andrea Huggins Marketing & Communications Coordinator Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Baltimore, Maryland (October 9, 2016) - The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) is pleased to announce the 2016 winners of its annual Sustainability Awards for their...
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About Campus Features Parker Palmer - October/November 2016

October - November, 2016 / Volume 21, Number 4 AN INTERVIEW WITH PARKER PALMER "The university ought to be a place where people learn that victory does not go to the person who shouts the loudest, but to the person who can get things straight. Usually, that’s not just one person – it’s a collective movement toward getting a better grip on complicated realities and that elusive thing called “truth...
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UPDATE H.R. 6094 Proposed Delay on Implementation of FLSA Regulations

29 September 2016 We received an update this morning from Carol Graves Holladay, attorney for our Public Policy Consortium. I have provided the essential details of Carol's report below and want to express our appreciation for Carol's continued work on this issue in behalf of the Consortium. While Congress (the House) was moving through their last bit of legislation late into last night – H.R...