Shannon Watkins interviews Anthony Hennen, the Martin Center’s Managing Editor, about an article he wrote on student anxiety.
Shannon Watkins discusses the causes and effects of widespread historical ignorance.
Shannon Watkins interviews Jay Schalin, the Martin Center’s Director of Policy Analysis, about his recent report entitled “Bolstering the Board: Trustees Are Academia’s Best Hope for Reform.”
The report can be found here: https://www.jamesgmartin.center/2020/07/bolstering-the-board-trustees-are-academias-best-hope-for-reform/
UNC-Chapel Hill professor, Buck Goldstein discusses how and why universities should reopen as the country battles COVID-19.
UNC-Chapel Hill professors Jennifer Larson and Mark McNeilly discuss freedom of expression and constructive dialogue at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In the Spring of 2019, Jennifer and Mark (as well as UNC professor Timothy Ryan) were eager to better understand students’ experiences with free speech and constructive dialogue at their university. They conducted a survey and focus groups to gather data. Their research led to four principle findings and a set of recommendations for improvement. In this presentation, Jennifer and Mark will discuss their final report, as well as the process of performing research in this area.
Western Carolina economics professor Sean Mulholland speaks with Shannon Watkins about his working research paper entitled “COVID-19 Prevalence and Empty College Seats.”
The president of the Martin Center, Jenna A. Robinson, offers some recommendations on how colleges and universities can navigate the new challenges posed by the coronavirus.
Shannon Watkins interviews professor Mark McNeilly. McNeilly teaches marketing and organizational behavior at UNC-Chapel Hill and recently co-authored a research paper with two other UNC Chapel Hill professors: Jennifer Larson and Timothy J. Ryan. Their paper is entitled: “Free Expression and Constructive Dialogue at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.”
You can read the report here.
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Jenna Robinson and Shannon Watkins discuss three important books related to higher education:
- “Cracks in the Ivory Tower: The Moral Mess of Higher Education” by Jason Brennan and Phillip Magness.
- “The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great” by Ben Shapiro.
- “The Assault on American Excellence” by Anthony Kronman.
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Shannon Watkins interview Frederick Hess, director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, about a recent article he co-authored entitled “An Ivory Tower of Our Own.”