Audience members asked and I promised to provide a copy of the paper I presented this week. It is a working draft.
As has become my custom, I am posting my presentation slides ahead of the presentation that those so inclined can choose to not take notes. This is my first presentation … Continue reading
I have had many interesting discussions about my essay on race, reality and “don’t go!” graduate school advice. I thank the Chronicle of Higher Ed for picking it up. I … Continue reading
Today I am joining the Institute for Liberal Arts to give a presentation to doctoral students about social media. It’s not something I have ever thought of as an area … Continue reading
When Suzy Lee Weiss wrote her now infamous, high profile screed about how diversity initiatives in college admissions unfairly penalize white middle class kids who don’t have the good fortune … Continue reading
I had the great honor of participating in a unique symposium event at Emory University last night. The event was student led, faculty guided, interdisciplinary, and courageously reflective. The organizers … Continue reading