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The central theme in Prevention First: Policymaking for a Healthier America is that policymakers must place disease prevention at the center of our nation’s health...

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What do you think of when you hear the word “physics”?  Does it conjure up a slew of equations on a chalkboard?  How about a tough university course you just had to pass?  I’ve been a physics professor at the University of Lynchburg for...

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Why did you decide to write How University Budgets Work​?

I just finished writing a rigorous book on university finances that...

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So we are sitting on the airport tarmac in Elko, Nevada getting ready for our next visit to Saint George, Utah, then up to Redding, California, and finally over to Ashland, Wisconsin.

What these several placebound locations have in common...

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The rise of “academic capitalism”—a term for the broad shift to market-centered university planning and administration since the early 1980s first theorized by Slaughter, Leslie, and Rhoades (...

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Stigma is all around us – messages communicated about how you don’t fit, don’t belong, or have no value. Mostly though, unless you happen to be the one being stigmatized, it’s pretty much invisible. Think of the discomfort of flying. As a New...

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