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In addition to a COVID-19 global pandemic, there's another public health crisis that we are facing -- the crisis of racism in the United States of America. Like COVID-19, it has its own language that is important to understand. Dr. Shai L. Butler offers a primer on the terms used in the language of racial and social justice, including "diversity," "inclusion," "equality," and "equity." "If we plan to eradicate a pandemic," Butler says, "we must accurately understand what we are fighting and appreciate its distinct definitions."
Leo Z. Archambault, DBA provides an in-depth look at the book, "Markets, Minds, and Money: Why America Leads the World in University Research" by Miguel Urquiola. In an attempt to answer how American research universities rose to preeminence, Urquiola compares them to their European counterparts, identifies three significant differences, and highlights various examples from the history of U.S. colleges and universities.
As we shift into uncharted territory in institutional planning and academic governance, transparency has become an essential and moral component of leadership practice in higher education. For this feature, Williams interviews Dr. Natasha Turman, director of the Women in Science and Engineering Residence Program at the University of Michigan. They discuss her thoughts on transparency in leadership and how the current climate impacts the need for critical and inclusive pedagogy and practice.