March 23. 2010- In an article from Insider Higher Ed entitled, "Health Care and Higher Ed" talks about the ways in which the legislation will benefit students, campus health centers and medical schools more immediately. According to the article, college and university based student health insurance plans are given a special exemption to continue to … Continue reading Health Care and Higher Ed
March 16, 2010- This months Provisions Happy Hour presented a sensitive topic on campus here at Saint Rose. The topic was negotiating the religious heritage of Saint Rose and the presenters included Scott Brodie from the Art Department, Chris DeGiovine from Spiritual Life, and Mark Ledbetter from the Philosophy and Religion Department. Scott Brodie began … Continue reading Negotiating the Religious Heritage of Saint Rose
Join us tonight in the last session of the Spring semester on Negotiating the Religious Heritage of Saint Rose. The session will take place in Standish Conference Rm #3 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Presenters include Scott Brodie from the Art Department, Chris DeGiovine Dean of Spiritual Life, and Mark Ledbetter from the Department … Continue reading Provisions Happy Hour Tonight!
March 11, 2010- Provisions Happy Hour will explore the Religious Heritage of Saint Rose at next weeks session. As part of this months theme, an article from December 2009, Inside Higher Ed, entitled "Religious Revival" talks about religion being the most popular field of study among historians, according to a new study from the members … Continue reading Religious Revival
March 5, 2010- In an article from Inside High Ed entitled, "Different Paths to Full Professor" the President of Ohio State University suggested to the Associated Press that it was time to reconsider the way tenure is rewarded. While trying to get people thinking about this important topic, Ohio State is now considering and discussing … Continue reading A Different Path to Tenure
March 2, 2010- In an article from Inside Higher Ed entitled, "Not So Private Professors," social networking sites are lifting the veil on the private lives of professors, in ways that may overstep boundaries with pupils. The article tells the story of one professor who was put on leave after a student reported her for … Continue reading Not So Private Professors