Latest Issue of Liberal Education
Love’s Labor’s Lost: The Tenuous Position of Adjuncts in the Academic Gig Economy, Fall 2021, Vol.107, No.4
In this issue: The tenuous position of adjunct faculty and how it negatively affects student learning and endangers academic freedom. Also inside: Students rise to the challenges of the pandemic; diverse identities in the Nuevo South; and why we need a science-proficient society.
Students Navigate the Uncertainty of the Pandemic: Reflections on Lessons Learned in a Time of Disruption, by Nancy Budwig and Emily Schuster
The Labor of the Mind: The Future of Academia in the Gig Economy, by Deirdre Frontczak
Ethnic Identity in the Nuevo South: As Demographics Change, Educators Must Act Quickly to Support Latinx Students, by Elsa Camargo, Delma Ramos, and Cathryn Bennett
Dare Them to Dream: Colleges Can Inspire Rural High School Students to Pursue a Liberal Arts Education, by Robert L. Fried
Power Skills for Work and Life: General Education Faculty and Career Services Staff Partner to Make Liberal Education Visible and Valued, by Tom Schrand and Meriel Tulante
More in "New Resources"
- Thinking outside the box: Watson sets a new vision for Diversity, Inclusion and Civic Engagement (Rutgers Camden)
- Higher Education’s Anchor Mission: A Sharpened Imperative & A Framework for Action
- 2022 Kids Count Data Book: National, State-by-State Data Show Depth of Mental Health Pandemic for Youth
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