2022 in Review: Higher Education Fellows' op-eds
The Leadership Institute’s Campus Reform launched its Higher Education Fellows program this year to elevate the voices of professors and college administrators concerned about academia’s leftward shift.
This year, Campus Reform launched the Higher Education Fellows program.
Fellows educate Campus Reform’s professional and student journalists, providing them insight and subject matter expertise from their fields of study. This program adds to Campus Reform’s resources to create and mentor the next generation of conservative journalists and media professionals.
Campus Reform’s Higher Education Fellows bring their unique experiences and perspectives to expand Campus Reform’s efforts to educate the public and raise awareness of higher education policies, initiatives, programs, and theories that promote political correctness, censorship, equity, and woke culture over truth, knowledge, and academic achievement.
Below is one op-ed from each of our 2022 Fellows.
Anything less than 40 pages of formal, revised, graded writing over the course of the senior year will probably ensure that a student struggles with the workload of the freshman year of college.
Adam Ellwanger is a professor of English at the University of Houston - Downtown. His primary areas of expertise are rhetoric and critical theory.
There are around 20 million students in American colleges and universities, being taught by around 1.5 million instructors. 51% of those instructors are part-time.
Dr. Timothy Furnish is a writer, analyst, and author of five books, with over 13 years of college teaching experience. He has taught at Georgia Perimeter College, Reinhardt University, Kennesaw State University, and Norwich University.
The overwhelming majority of students fail the exam. The pass rate for the test is 70%. Out of the approximately 175 students, only 11 of them were able to pass the exam.
Nicholas Giordano is a professor of Political Science, the host of The P.A.S. Report Podcast, and a fellow at Campus Reform’s Higher Education Fellowship.
Being offended is a choice. Others can say what they want; you have no control over that. What you can control, however, is how you respond.
Rob Jenkins is a tenured associate professor of English at Georgia State University - Perimeter College.
I hope that with some time and self-reflection, President Ambar and her institution will start the hard work of rebuilding its trust within the Oberlin community.
Ken Tashjy served as General Counsel for the Massachusetts Community College System for over 21 years and has taught as an adjunct instructor at Suffolk University since 2008.