17 Burst results for "The Chronicle Of Higher Education"
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"They couldn't help having this chapter and they're talking about philosophers, and we're really understanding the value. It got a little bit. Head in the clouds of I was talking about the value. The wheel, right? The wheel, right? Who understands the intrinsic properties of the wood. And that's like now. Yes, the system of values that's cited outside of himself. What makes would good or not good is not his own decision? It's, it's a part of it, and then that in that you actually get this, you know, founded since meaning I mean it can get pretty heady Alder suit of mastery straight. Yeah. It's like your dreams of sushi. You know, like somebody who devotes their life. In pursuit of mastering a certain thing, there's inherent value in meaning and that will like drive, your life for with purpose. Yeah. Yeah. And can help you make decisions about well, I don't use this, and I don't answer Email or whatever it is. And you can do that with complete confidence, because, you know, you don't need business. For example, the try to convince yourself that you're doing something meaningful because you're making the sushi. And you know what's meaningful? I mean deep work spent some time with a blacksmith that makes swords like what about the question was, what about this resonates? Like I have no interest in making swords like, I'm not going to live. He has this open air barn near one of the Great Lakes, where he sits in their ninja, Rick for an hammers on these things. And he he's a specialist in ancient methods so like he really understands ancient steel and how to make swords and I watched this documentary about him and the questions like why does this resonate with everyone and it's, it's mastery, like he does this thing. And he does it really well. And you can watch. Him do it. And his whole life is focused on, you know what at the moment, like focused on this thing that he finds really important. And I think we've lost our connection with just how important that is. And I think that's a big reason why free solo was such a big deal this did you see this documentary? I haven't seen it yet, but I've written some about Alex. So Alex is a master and that documentary at its core was really about a master in pursuit of mastery, you know, in the most fundamental traditional way and, and very tactile way in which the stakes could not be higher. And I really believe that the movie is gripping, not just because he's hanging on by fingernail on this wall. But because you're seeing somebody in real time pursue something with such pure intention, -ality purpose, and it's become a rarity and what's interesting about Alex is that for something like? Month before his major climbs. He stops using social media. Yeah. Because he's eliminated all distractions living, incredibly, minimally and intentionally, there's nothing in his life or in his van that doesn't serve the purpose that he seeks from his existence. Yeah. But so that's pushing this idea to an extreme, but I think there's a core idea there. That's so fundamental which is doing something that's that's hard and that you find meaningful is like a huge sources satisfaction, and that these other things business things things that push us towards our screens all the time. Are in contrast to it. Gets in the way of it. I mean he's okay. The fact that he's on Facebook for this month before I ever. I don't think he he, he worries about it for. No. And I, I think he would be a good example of digital minimalist because he is on social media. He's on Instagram and he shares, but he does it in a healthy appropriate way. Yeah. So I love these stories. I mean, I've written the chronicle higher education article is telling you about it opens on this sort of America's professor at Stanford whose writings been writing since the sixties the sort of definitive series..
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"You cannot contact these people like, you know, a lot of money to like, do what they do like leave them alone. Let them do what they do. If you're bugging them every five minutes, then you're not getting the value out of them that you could be getting. Yeah. To me. It's crazy. If Iran Google, and I'm paying whatever five or six hundred thousand for ten x programmer. I don't have an Email address, right? L higher. I'll hire someone that a twenty two year old day k with their team. Right. So they can collaborate. I'll hire twenty two year old, the have nineteen screens open and do everything. But I have an article in the latest chronicle higher education where I'm basically making this claim about professors. I say this is crazy titled it is Email making professor stupid. The whole point of this profession is to sort of think, deeply really well, and all we do is Email, and there's no reason for this university is not a really competitive business very stable. We can experiment we'll be okay. I think higher education was appointed this article higher education should take the lead in radically reforming our how we work, so that professors essentially spend most of their time, actually thinking and trying to teach the best classes and produce original research. But now we all have to go on ten Dave of pasta silent meditation retreats to get that. Yeah. Okay. But then we come back, we come back, we still have to answer the Email. The car and go into the intranet the inter our expense receipts and. Yeah. I just don't think we have this. We don't have this figured out yet. And I think there's going to be a first mover advantage. I think it's going to come out of Silicon Valley. This is where a lot of innovation is happening in workflows and software development because. Yes, it's, it's digital and on a screen, but it's pretty close to an industrial metaphor because you're producing a product and they're really starting to experiment with agile methodologies like scrum, and you see things I can ban trying to get creative about how do we actually structure work? How do we communicate with each other where tasks actually track as opposed to just all on our inboxes relgious talking to each other? And I think when the first Google comes along and says, our programmers don't have Email addresses anymore, and they make whatever to more revenue. This is going to be this tipping. Right. Everyone is going to everyone's gonna see I can see that happening. I mean, we, we were talking before the podcast, two days ago, I was up at Jack Dorsey house in San Francisco, I had him on the podcast and it was a super interesting experience for a lot of reasons not the least of which. Was just getting a glimpse like being in his home and spending several hours with him getting a glimpse on how this guy who's the CEO of two of the biggest companies in Silicon Valley actually lives, his life on a daily basis. And I was struck with the extent to which that lifestyle is driven by purpose and value that correlates directly with minimalism. I mean has houses oriented around a very sparse stoic, streamlined minimalistic lifestyle? The guy meditates at least an hour every day an.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Apologist et cetera yeah are these folks will do go to great extremes to to try to shut down and stifle any ideas they don't like now cyberbullying for instance that was one of the accusations made when you had put a critical blog post about an instructor i love how marquette wanted her to be an instructor when they needed to be a her to be an instructor but then wanted her to be a student when for the conveniences in the contrivances of their complaint against you that was the better way to view her but when you criticize an instructor the instructor of record of a philosophy class for not allowing a student who express a very common and the catholic view of marriage that was your sin wasn't that you linked to her blog post it wasn't that people after the whatever it was the chronicle higher education had picked up on this story had gone to her blog then incent her nasty emails which we should point out we're not threatening but we're vile in some cases it wasn't it wasn't about that it was about the fact that you exposed the professor of record for being a close minded bigot in a philosophy class john in fact there are many people who just didn't like your opinion i traditional marriage and decided they wanted to give you the boot based on one blog post alone they didn't like the marquette warrior blog in the main and this was just an excuse they were using to try to get ready yeah well you're suggesting it was a pretext and i think that's largely true i mean i had made plenty of enemies at marquette criticizing this or that or the other thing that had gone on it marquette including some some professors whose clashes were terribly biased by the way they had the right under academic freedom to teach bias clashes but then i also either to criticize like there was one not communications professor who taught a course on diversity in the media which portrayed the mainstream liberal media as being terribly racist and sexist students read one essay on how nice it was that barbie could be interpreted as a lesbian i mean you know there was that kind of stuff another theology professor who taught a course called bridging the racial divide and all they wanted to talk about was lynchings application being i suppose blacks were lynched therefore you're white and you should feel guilty and vote democratic and support black lives matter or something like that but so yeah i i'm certainly made enemies and a lot of them were quite happy that the marquette tried to get rid of me now and indeed they are also protected by academic freedom but as are you to call them out into expose them question you know does this chill your do you have any fear of continuing to blog and continuing to be critical of institution we were just critical of this institution a couple of days ago on the program no you know they're not very smart but i think they're they're smart enough to recognize that they've just been slapped down big time and they pretty much have to respect my freedom of expression whether they like it or not yeah you know what this is if you looked at the complainant was a kitchen sink well of this complaint doesn't work then we're gonna complain that she was in addition to being an instructor also a graduate student of that complaint doesn't work then we're gonna complain that people sent her nasty letters even though they didn't send nasty letters based on your blog post but on publication of this story by other media outlets so then then if that doesn't work we're going to claim john signed away his rights to any kind of contractual protections the moment he signed the contract even though he thought the exact opposite was true and if that doesn't work then in this is how it went it was a kitchen sink kind of attack on you and i think but for court intervention but for the help of wisconsin institute for law and liberty it would have been successful simply because the lower court had just said well marquette can basically claim that it also acts as arbitration in contract disputes even though the game is rigged in through your case out of court yeah yeah i mean what i was.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Or join us by emailing us forum at kqedorg or going right to our website kqedorg slash forum and clicking on the segment or you can tweet us our twitter handle is at forum but we do indeed welcome you're joining us conversation we need more women historians still don't we i was just thinking about neil ferguson and i hope it was a brouhaha really about a meeting that really only male was a conference of all male historians a set of participants like that look like that dead recommend getting that article that you did for the chronicle higher education which lists a lot of women and what they're doing which is sort of what you're doing connecting the past the present and not only women but people like wine coal come to mind you had a very significant role as a historian university of michigan when iraq war broke out we want to hear from you eight six six seven three three six hundred ninety six or email us forum kqedorg this is forum i'm michael krasny and we're listening to a rebroadcast of this morning's forum program so the producers are not here to take your phone calls tonight but i hope you'll stay with us for the second half of the show after this traffic update from al rogers get evening we're looking a little lingering slow traffic san francisco eastbound on the skyway seven street reaching the bay bridge lower deck of overnight paving taking place one of them westbound eighty richmond parkway down to san.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Correct me if i'm mistaken but what i would call almost in a new school of historians who take a strong position that this kind of examination history has to be brought into present day policy or should be brought into present policy at a whole article in the chronicle higher education about this and named a lot of women historians who've been excluded to a greater degree to a lesser degree now we hope as making this connection between history and living present yeah i mean i i i do think history is always about the present insofar as the historian sitting today at writing about the past is her outlook the the mysteries that she finds worth solving the the kind of reasoning behind taking up a particular question and trying to answer it are so shaped by that historians moment and life and that context rights that's that's always true but the extent to which his joins think of themselves as people who should be actively shaping policy and making explicit the present day stakes of their work i think that is something that you know not not everyone agrees on but i i do think in our contemporary political moment right now that more and more historians are feeling like especially in areas like you know the gun control debate where so much hinges on disputed versions history that they have a real role to play and you know perhaps need to sorry to borrow face from a different context but lean in to to that you know two different kinds of policy conversations and make their work relevant and accessible to wider audiences soda ask you sort of apropos that or you know a lot of their debates going around gun control now or gun regulation or at least doing something to ameliorate the gun problem have to do with the school shootings which have become so central unfortunately and so prolific almost pretty an interview with malcolm caldwell who glad you have some respect for has been on the show a few times and they said to him this gun culture that we're in these mass shootings me think a parkland sandy hook in columbine is there any way to reverse them and he said no and.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Scope of complicity and how many kinds of businesses and industries are implicated in and how do we how do we deal with that if we want to actually control the amount of of guns that are manufactured in this country where you very on central really of modern industry and finance goes back to where we think of as industrial revolution and there's also a real contemporary link here and you represent if i can say so correct me if i'm mistaken but what i would call almost a new school of historians who take a strong position that this kind of examination history has to be brought into present day policy or should be brought into presentday policy at a whole article in the chronicle higher education about this named a lot of women historians who've been excluded to a greater degree to a lesser degree now we hope as making this connection between history and living present yeah i mean i i i do think history is always about the present insofar as the historian sitting today at writing about the past is her outlook the the mysteries that she finds worth solving the kind of reasoning behind taking up a particular question and trying to answer it are so shaped by that historians moment and life and that context rights that's that's always true but the extent to which his joins think of themselves as people who should be actively shaping policy and making explicit the present day stakes of their work i think that is something that you know not not everyone agrees on but i i do think in our contemporary political moment right now that more and more historians are feeling like especially in areas like the gun control debate where so much hinges on disputed versions of history that they have a real role to play and you know perhaps need to sorry to borrow face from a different context but lean in to to that you know two different kinds of policy conversations and make their work relevant and accessible to wider audiences soda ask you sort of apropos with that or you know a lot of the debates going around gun control now or gun regulation or at least doing something you ameliorate the gun problem have to do with the school shootings which have become so central unfortunately and so prolific almost it's really an interview with malcolm caldwell.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we colleges in the northwest corner of the country and it's very liberal campus but this of course the syllabus of course was fairly traditional but they they actually and there was a if you wanna get more background on us there's a there's a an article online inside higher ed as well as an article posted 'cause i literally wrote about this last week in the chronicles higher education so i usually read the chronicle just about every week sometimes contain some very interesting articles but this was the only article of any interest to me and that particular issue but make a long story short the faculty pretty much case to this group and everything they wanted except they want more now what they wanna do is they wanted they wanted to include in the syllabus of course some ladies about the inconsolable station as well as the harlem renaissance now remember this this idea this course was kind of a foundations of you know civilization also material has to do with well athens you know the authors rain and so the context is important kevin right and so on truly probably let some latin authors white merge oh and probably sicelo maybe my as.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on The MILO Show
"What are you you means by give mike senate but you kiss i don't think he means give him a kiss and so people of course inevitably did show up to give mike sandwich a kiss david campbell a thirty year old male who showed up a black blow protester for ntv showed up on an and and he's been arrested for beating somebody how people up beat up this guy the charges read like the menu at a at a really excellent brothel strangulation multiple counts of assault criminal obstruction of breathing resisting arrest some stuff i don't even know what it means cp w an og age you know that his party no idea nobody it's epa wga and loitering while it i don't know us ones are but the first stuff is like this is so these are serious felonies i mean like strangulation multiple counts of assault criminal looks obstruction of breathing in resisting arrest this nursamsi because the proper felony this is we always say and people don't believe us that the establishment left is turning a blind eye is endorsing his mollycoddling is even creating the conditions for these violent farleft activists and then not criticizing them well it look who's another perfect example when we went to speak to boot were speaker berkeley uc berkeley uc berkeley leaked the speaker list which at that time contain me steve bannon and ann coulter when we were trying to do on free speech we could berkeley with the express reason they leaked it to the chronicle higher education if you ever read anything from the chronicle of higher education you'll know that basically they carry water for the universities they carry water for colleges with these farleft politics and they will cede stuff out into the press you the chronicle of higher education sounds very grand and very proper and very fancy and very official and very erudite and academic but actually it's just a very leftwing trade mag that repeats stuff on behalf of universities that they want to get out into the press so the chronicle of higher education.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live online at kqedorg it's seven thirty one from kqed news i'm brian watt some uc berkeley students are questioning a university policy that allows former chancellor nicolas jerks to be paid nearly half a million dollars this upcoming school you rear jerks will not be teaching or running any campus programs the net asked him off is higher education reporter for the san francisco chronicle there was a lot of anger and frustration he is widely perceived as mishandling sexual harassment issue and when we learn that he's making all of this money are having no duties per se it raises a question about what's going on with the university of california in its finances because at uc berkeley there's a budget deficit that was a hundred and fifteen million dollars last year the chronicles higher education reporter net azimov santa rosa is taking a stronger stance on crimes that are generally associated with homeless people santa rosa city council last night decided to move forward with a controversial plan that will allow police to start issuing misdemeanors for crimes like public urination aggressive panhandling encamping on public property misdemeanors in carry a hefty fine and possible jail time councilwoman julie colmes opposed the plan nobody wanted people to sleep on sidewalks sore in our park and we certainly don't want our young people people with mental illness or war veterans we certainly don't want them sleeping outside but giving them a new mr meter with a thousand dollar fine now i don't think that this the way to do it come says the city should spend more money to expand services for the homeless i'm brian watt kqed news an the forecast for today why don't we jump right in there uh some fog some clouds it should clear later today all around the bay with a sunny day temperatures high temperatures ranging from the mid60s to about the mid '80s support for npr comes from american funds from capital group take can a consistent longterm perspective to help investors achieved their goals securities offered through.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on WTVN
"News radio 610 wtvn i'm scott jennings a protest at the state house today centered around the possible veto override of the governor's medicaid expansion which was frozen in the twoyear state budget you'll how houses call the special session for tomorrow to override the veto say representative laura lanese telling 610 wtvn sterling thanks can't determined yet what will happen there we hear from both by an actor pretty evenly by it iranian bending i hear my district um there's you like to expand medicaid uh you know even more and so trump by obama got all the governor use the line item veto when he signed the budget late last week hundreds gathered today to urge lawmakers not override that veto search for a murder suspect tentative galloway last night after authorities tracked jeffrey whole singer through ross fayette him franklin counties abc six is mike mccarthy says chase ended when holzinger drove a stolen vehicle into a van along oak park drive the man who owns this dan says he hurry huge thawed looked out his window and saw what police say turned out to be a stolen tattoo lack crushed white up against this vehicles bumper holzinger was wanted for murder in highland county ananmur terim ross county on tuesday and two other victims were shot ross county one was treated and released from the hospital gathers in serious condition ohio states president is the highest fake college president in ohio the annual report from the chronicle higher education put last year salary for dr michael drake and just over one billion dollars he's also the seventhhighest paid college president in the country here in ohio santa ono at the university of cincinnati was at number two that was before he left that position new buckeye men's basketball coach chris hopman acknowledges got he's got allow work to do before the season's arts this fall given there's only eight scholarship players currently on the team where i think if we were 9 or 10 we would probably sit tight at still probably a little bit too thin if you're sitting at that by giving where we're at right now i think we we are boy it's going to be necessary for us to add a couple opening talking to 610 wtvn spam mccoy's saying he's been more active this july in recruiting than any other time in his coaching career for the month.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on WTVN
"News radio 610 wtvn i'm scott jennings a protest at the state house today centered around the possible veto override of the governor's medicaid expansion which was frozen than the twoyear state budget you'll how houses called the special session for tomorrow to override the veto say representative laura lanese telling 610 wtvn sturle thanks can't determined yet what will happen there we hear from both by an actor pretty evenly buoyant iranian bending i hear my district um there's like to expand medicaid even more and so trump by obama got all the governor use the line item veto ito when he signed the budget late last week hundreds gathered today to urge lawmakers not override the veto search for a murder suspect tentative galloway last night after authorities tracked jeffrey whole singer through ross fayette him franklin counties abc six is mike mccarthy says chase ended when holzinger drove a stolen vehicle into a van along oak park drive the man who owns this dan says he hurry a huge thawed looked out his window and saw what police say turned out to be a stolen cadillac crushed white up against this vehicles bumper holzinger was wanted for murder in highland county anamur terim ross county on tuesday and two other victims were shot of ross county one was treated and released in the hospital gathers in serious condition ohio states president is the highest fake college president in ohio the annual report from the chronicle higher education put last year salary for dr michael drake at just over one billion dollars he's also the seventhhighest paid college president in the country here in ohio santa ono at the university of cincinnati was at number two that was before he left that position shen xue buckeye men's basketball coach chris hopman acknowledges got he's got allow work to do before the season starts this fall given there's only eight scholarship players currently on the team where i think if we were 9 or 10 we would probably sit tight at still probably a little bit too thin if you're sitting at that by giving where war right now i think we we are boy it's going to be necessary for us to add a couple oltman talking to 610 wtvn spam mccoy's saying he's been more active this july in recruiting than any other time in his coaching career for the.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Of success the answer everybody welcome back or walking through the dennis prager show hope you had a good weekend i am going appraiser the person i am about to introduce go of sure we defer many matters book she has a trick that many of you listen to me with any regularity are aware of that in my hand thea of wonderful traits that humans can have goodness guide miss earliest the integrity the rarest of them all the courage there are many good people but there are very few courageous good people but she is courageous laura capricious she made a fake of herself as such but who looks lava civil debate that's why take she's a professor northwestern university where she teaches filmmaking and she has a new book out unwanted advances sexual paranoia coast to campus now at a person who is a feminist than who was on the left right this it's particularly important and it is what is going on all the campuses i have been reporting to you all of my career and it is just getting worse a she herself experienced the the role of victim for doing nothing wrong and that's part of the power of this book so professor campus welcome to the dennis prager show thank you so much and what it really nice intro will you deserve it works lawyers i'll i'll i'll have more challenging thinks fast clear but i did what the what you did no now i felt about you personally regard so why don't you briefly ever and we're putting your book up by the way because we all people to read it and we hope will sell a lot of copies of it it's titled on wall took advances sexual paranoia cubs to campus you're at northwestern which is and i i have for like sprints of the on the negative side of the spectrum and i put most colleges there but but that's not hero are addressed saying this from for your interest if if you have in it but a i want you just briefly recount what happened to you okay on i wouldn't you were victims the official term which title nine were armed and what happened with that i had written fa for magnet chronicled higher education on object actual paranoia and birther was a protest march in again the fda i have been talking.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And she has a new book out unwanted advances sexual paranoia comes to campus now when a person who is a feminist than who was on the left writes this it's particularly important and it is what is going on on the campuses i've been reporting to you all of my career and it is just getting worse as she herself experienced the the role of the victim for doing nothing wrong then that's part of the power of this book so professor kip this welcome to the dennis prager show thank you so much and what it really nice in trump well you deserve it once hoyas i'll i'll i'll have more challenging things task later but i did what to the plot you didn't know how i felt the value personally in that regard so why don't you briefly at and we're putting your book up by the way because we want people to read it in the hopeful sell a lot of copies of it it's titled unwanted advances sexual paranoia comes to campus you're at northwestern which is in in i i have found the my experience on the on the negative side of the spectrum and i put most colleges there but it that's not here or there just saying this from for your the interest if if you have in it but a i wanted to just briefly recount what happened to you okay on i wouldn't you into a victim the official term like the title nine were armed and out what happened with that i had written in fa for magnet call the chronicle higher education on this subject at actual paranoia.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Her interpretation of the data was criticized as well because when you when he really drill down in you look at the data it sure that a strong majority of both married in single women voiced support for barack obama so again this is something that we remember hearing back in twenty twelve women love for a couple of they're going to be in the you know swing the vote yet he outta to read argued that yes that was in general but the differences themselves arose near obviously action to she was saying yeah you if you look in general at how these women of beard politically yes they they took the toward obama but the differences showed up when they're obviously thing her final thing she said look the door is open to build on this research lining you can replicate and expand opponent which as we know somebody did and there is one other exchanges outside of this chronicled higher education interview where she said the understanding the causes of behavior can help changes so if we know but the obviously torrey cycle is so consciously by a saying women's behavior in a particular way it's important to know this so that women can de bias their behavior and then this is a direct quote after all knowing the causes of our behavior in powers us to have more control over are choices so that is the jets she's done a lot more studies but these are the ones that were relevant to what i think is the most important takeaway from the switches where is a saw going well it suggests that bobby leading women are going to be more sponsored advertising promotions and messages and then subsequently these messages are going to emphasize hey if you buy are product you're going to have positional superior already over other women and like we said earlier regardless of whether or not robert or i or you listening believe in the studies and and find them to be a valid there are certainly marketers out there if read the is an hour are out rubbing their hands they're an planning their their attack right it suggests.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Yeah they are insane clowns wentz we got to brady and let's well bruce i mean you're you're professor how about oh on what we're seeing at merkley what we're seeing the attack of women and the media praising at the bizarre behavior well i started didn't acquired that future trans here minister post him in a society will be female that i was reading the chronicle higher education and the latest wrinkle on that is the lead to institutions such as well the most story going back to skull in bounds they're promoting pauly emery which is multiple husband's via singular momma who who runs over group controls that that family so this is there declared intention and how we proceed on that level it remains to be seen i have some some some concrete proposals that hope woman and you're on ninety three years ago saying that they're going to have the man walk around the women all those i witnessed that into women's marge and the man old that it was a coke present not recommend down absolutely your following the queen be and by the way what one of the strategy does that we're going to use here's trolling these people in pranking them you recall the so called woman's marshawn washington saros funded and you heard you saw the call pussy cap well here is one of our solutions we're going to use a foul like to charts and pude gender came think right this happens to be on your pure american offender ask largo trying to get to going as the social justice warrior rallies with my little fender champ camp and i asked the state and i watched them on you to been i figured out what they were trying to do with the they're trying to properly and dies under graduates with wrapped and you know poppin filed so i took my i said but would be the big a guest instrument michael action that i could take to this a perfect it was my pink guess acquire mike you didn't ap and ask liar and they would let me sit and is that i'm sorry brother we just can't let it happen and they were hired this is part of the the the cultural take over as well as the academic take over and then we were there were getting into.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on WNYC
"It began to see that you know the same type of careful attention to get it to cause and effect often you know what can be philanthropic studies that you look at you know study it that what man to support fisher that initiative actually warren always fifty scientific in the studies where now is very well done so he started to pick apart this research and you know became hard earned heard that the science where to give his money to you know hit this guy the very numbers focused youth upon kinlaw three lingo and it became here to to figure out kind of weapons to the not too in and i wanna for land fifty and then he started you know doing more reading and more research he read both by a signs talisman gary held and then really i think opened a five to some extent to say that it's not just all that even policy that are problematic the somebody a problem we we go to the route of science itself in the way that science is being down and peterson time to it a good example man right now affect him along in and showed that the you know the the problem to get them play college is well so he began kane interested in and supporting all these initiatives that where we're looking at how to make signed veteran brian affect after two reproduce play college if that it has gotten a little bit of attention in the chronicled higher education so arnold reached out to an ear to sunday since as you know this is important work and you know what can i do to support it and that's really what he's done with all these different issue that she sees people raising questions and that helped bryant has done he wants to make it better any comes along and the what would you do if you have a lot more money yeah i would too that is the man you know from those type of conversations you know that that led to work the team is doing on trying to keep you can't just that he and you know really a wide range of a different projects better tackling clients from different directions he has ten about whether their incentives in signs to only produce attention.
"the chronicle higher education" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Nineteen sixty six comes along the chronicle higher education how did this all come to pass stacy this was a wonderful accident of timing where the news could not be more important about what was going on on the college campus is and group of alumni magazine enter carries realize that they were going great story to alumni but there was no way to matt people who work on the campus if themselves to really understand what was going on and what it all man in great detail has to be sure there with newspaper coverage of that but nothing that really spoke to how do you leader college through the experience craziest so as they were playing with the idea they thought of it by crowned the foundation the carnegie corp was one of them and they gave and major major grant to get this idea started and it all started is a non profit for many years work and try to figure out how to cover the campus is and what was called something minute report very tiny publication and that was a good to the chronicle fired occasion which eventually has a hundred and a hundred pages content so it's amazing that it's arians's very small for it caught on because it was independent and it gave people are real few awful kane win journalist who are dedicated his not being politically correct discovering the task at them and as you say it was sort of hybrid before the roberts it absolutely lines and that's one of the reasons that it really what so successful and it started and hurt nonprofits became very successful financially and to hide it it was back in the davis the neck and administrative on wednesday other threats to nonprofits publication they were concerned that thang attacker them or the fan wasn't necessarily that ankle it became up for profit you know this past week i was looking back a some of the old chronicle front pages and headlines and speaking of the knicks in the midst race and i am across kent state.