Hello and welcome to the weekly roundup of news and events that may have slipped under your radar. Every week I curate a list of articles from around the web I consider newsworthy or just of interest to those in the Arts and Leadership and will be sharing them with you here. The comments will always be open, so if l I missed a story, or you would like to add to the discussion, please feel free to join-in.
The winners and nominees from the 80th Golden Globe Awards
Katherine Knott reports that The Education Department Plans to Publish List of Low-Performing Programs on Insidehighered.com
Kate Marijolovic, Julian Roberts-Grmela, and Eva Surovell examine the graduate strikes for pay raises in their article Graduate Students Win Pay Raises as Union Efforts Surge for the Chronical of Higher Education.
James Engell talks about what is lost in the precipitous decline of the arts and humanities in the Harvard Magazine article Humanists All
Gayle Greene looks at The Terrible Tedium of ‘Learning Outcomes for The Chronical of Higher Education
Madeleine Deliee talks about consent and intimacy directors in their opinion piece for CNN.com I saw ‘Romeo and Juliet’ film in school. Now I wish I hadn’t
David J. Hansen, Ph.D. talks about The Case for Entrepreneurship in the Liberal Arts & Sciences for Higheredjobs.com
Bethany Wallace examines Helping Gen Z Employees Succeed in the Higher Ed Workspace for Higheredjobs.com
Peter Eckel talks about Achieving More Effective Boards in the New Year for Insidehighered.com
Johanna Alonso talks about how universities are constantly looking for creative ways to support students’ mental health, in their article Destressing 101 for Insidehighered.com