Two articles I have read recently rev my mental engines on higher education. Warning: a rant looms. Like getting caught in a whirlpool, two major opinions go round and round in higher education: 1. We’re losing the liberal arts and it is a terrible thing. 2. A college degree is about getting a job and […]
Given the two hats I’m wearing at SMU right now (Interim Dean of Student Life and Chaplain), my blogging has been non-existent. However, I do have a post that just went live with Seedbed.com. Here’s the link: http://seedbed.com/feed/desiring-christian-transformation-ontological-change-new-birth/ May you have a blessed Advent.
This is a little experiment. I’m deviating from my usual themes by sharing this blog video, “Why Government Should Not Run Like a Business.” I’d like to know what you think. http://www.onlinemba.com/blog/video-why-government-should-not-run-like-a-business
(For the next few months, I have added responsibilities in my work at Southern Methodist University. Hence, my blogging will be even more spasmodic than usual for a while.) Fearing Moral Talk With this post I’ll bring to a close, for now, this little series on college students and what they show us about […]
This post is the third in a little series on college students and the worrisome choices they make. I’ve been thinking about the naive anthropology (theorizing about human beings, what we’re made of, how we’re designed, what are our problems and difficulties) that drives policy in higher education. The “bad choices” mantra that I’ve been […]