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Enhancing Indonesian Citizenry Through The Liberal Arts In Higher Education, Judith Puncochar Dec 2014

Enhancing Indonesian Citizenry Through The Liberal Arts In Higher Education, Judith Puncochar

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Indonesian democracy needs an informed, educated citizenry with skills of perspective taking, debate, and evidence-based reasoning. A rigorous study of the Liberal Arts holds promise for honing a strong Indonesian democracy and a well-educated citizenry. Students who study the Liberal Arts are more likely to develop skills of civic engagement, moral and ethical reasoning, critical thinking, problem solving, and lifelong learning. Educators who learn how to structure and encourage academic controversy as part of the expected university Liberal Arts classroom experience are more likely to deliver opportunities for students to practice perspective taking, deal with difficult ethical conflicts, and hone ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 3 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 3 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From The Editor’s Desk: In Support of Violence (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief: CUNY Goes Corporate; Trustees Say Silence Implies Guilt (p. 5)

Guest Editorial: Shaking The Heavens in Ferguson, Amy Goodman (p. 8)

In Memoriam: Remembering Leslie Feinberg: Letters from Two Activist-Scholar Queer-Femmes, Jennifer Polish and Leilani Dowell (p. 9)

In Conversation: Confronting Institutional Racism: Steven Salaita on Academic Freedom, BDS, and the Colonial Logic of the Neoliberal University, Rayya El Zein, Gordon Barnes, and Melissa Marturano (p. 11)

Edifying Debate: Palestine, Israel, and the Responsibility of Scholarship: Against Absolute Boycotts, Towards a Politics ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 1 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 1 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: The Purpose of the Academic Boycott (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief:

- BDS Debated, Adjuncts Go Unpaid (p. 5)

- A View from the Left Wing: Reflections on the 2014 World Cup, Arman Azimi (p. 7)

- Graduate Center Student Runs for Political Office: Q & A with Brian P. Jones, Francisco Fortuño Bernier (p. 10)

Dispatches from the Front:

- This Woman’s Work: The Misogynistic Realities I Face As a Female Professor, Melissa Marturano (p. 15)

- From Ferguson to New York, CUNY Internationalist Marxist Club (p. 17)

Edifying Debate:

- CUNY and the Boycott: On ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 2 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 2 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: Politics and the Academy (p. 3)

Letter to the Editor: The Dangers of BDS (p. 5)

CUNY News in Brief: PSC, Trustees Wrangle over Adjunct Pay (p. 6)

Guest Editorial: Ebola Czar, but No Surgeon General?, Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan (p. 8)

Photo Essay: International Solidarity with Mexican Students, CUNY Internationalist Clubs (p. 10)

Political Analysis: The No State Solution: Institutionalizing Libertarian Socialism in Kurdistan, Alexander Kolokotronis (p. 15)

Edifying Debate: Overcoming Fear: Negotiating a Position on the DSC’s BDS Resolution, Dadland Maye (p. 22)

Featured Articles:

- The Adjunct Wage ...


Why State Leadership Matters For Improving Access To Higher Education, Laura W. Perna, Joni E. Finney Jul 2014

Why State Leadership Matters For Improving Access To Higher Education, Laura W. Perna, Joni E. Finney

GSE Publications

No abstract provided.


Examining The Connection Between Classroom Technology And Student Engagement, R.C. Morris, Loran Carleton Parker Jun 2014

Examining The Connection Between Classroom Technology And Student Engagement, R.C. Morris, Loran Carleton Parker

IMPACT Publications

Technological pedagogy is being relied upon more-and-more as a way to address the growing needs of higher education. This study investigated the use of a tool designed with the specific purpose of student engagement in a large classroom. The tool allows students to post to a community based discussion in a manner similar to a Twitter feed. Despite engaging in a community dialogue, findings suggest that as usage of the technology went up a student’s sense of community learning went down. This result prompted the authors to consider how this tool was utilized in the classroom. We close with ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 3 (2014), Advocate May 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 3 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: Diversity at CUNY: Statistics vs. Reality (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief: As Workers Grumble, a New Master (p. 5)

Letter to the Editor: Objections About Reparations (p. 6)

In Memoriam: Alas Enormes: Gabriel García Márquez, José Chevarry (p. 7)

Mentoring Future Faculty of Color: A Brief Conversation with Chris Eng and Melissa Phruksachart, Kristina Huang (p. 8)

Edifying Debate:

- Speech and Sanctions: Highlights from the CUNY Forum on the BDS Movement and Academic Freedom, Bill Mullen and Sherry Wolf (p. 10)

- Marching for Immigrants’ and Workers’ Rights, CUNY Internationalist Marxist Club ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 2 (2014), Advocate Mar 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 2 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: An Open Letter to the GC Community, The Advocate Editorial Staff (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief:

- Albany Kills Dream, Shafts Libraries (p. 6)

- Gay Activists Protest St. Patrick’s Day Parade Ban, Camilo Gomez (p. 10)

Guest Columnist: U.S. Sailors and Marines Allege Fukushima Radiation Sickness, Amy Goodman (p. 12)

Women in the U.S. Workforce: Much to Celebrate, Much to Do, Cristina Pérez Díaz (p. 14)

CUNY Gives ROTC the Boot, Conor Tomás Reed (p. 16)

Copyright and Democracy: The Case for Protecting Intellectual Property in the Digital Age ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 1 (2014), Advocate Feb 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 1 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor's Desk: The New Chancellor and You (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief (p. 5)

Guest Columnist: People of Color Are Losing the Vote, Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan (p. 9)

Guest Columnist: When a University Hospital Backs a Surgical Robot, Controversy Ensues, Charles Ornstein (p. 10)

Social Illness: Reactions to Patient’s Tweets Broach a Brave New World of Health Visibility, Collette Sosnowy (p. 13)

Academic Freedom and the Boycott, Kristofer Petersen-Overton (p. 15)

Not Backing Down: Protests at City College over Morales/Shakur Expose CUNY at Its Most Oppressive, Michael Stivers (p ...