Ideas for Sale
Will technology transfer undermine the academy or save it?
Resources, competition, and our institutional character
"When the focus shifts to the bottom line, basic research always takes a hit."
An interview with Lanny Liebeskind, Professor of Chemistry
Overheard on campus
T'ai Chi, teaching, and a confession of ignorance
By Kate Nickerson, Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts and English Department
Millennial Angst--Or Is It?
Emory faculty contribute to the explosion of interest in millennial studies
By Amy Benson Brown
Cultivating collegiality in the research university
By Luke Timothy Johnson,
Robert W. Woodruff Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins
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