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When Kaitlin Jennrich first walked into her communications seminar last fall, she had no idea that the professor already knew of her affinity for pink cars and Olive Garden breadsticks—and that she planned to share that knowledge with the class. It hadn't taken much...

source: Chronicle of Higher Education

So now your clock is running out. In some cases, you'll be asked to write up a personal statement to be included in your dossier. This can be a tricky thing to write. On the one hand, it will be read by experts in your field. On the other hand, it will also be read by some...

source: Inside Higher Ed

Before corporations, entertainment companies, sports franchises, and political parties acquired "brand narratives," the notion of branding was a subset of a practice called "corporate identity." CI, as it was known, required companies and design firms to develop, refine,...

source: The Atlantic

For those occupying the highest positions in art institutions, spending time with the works that fill their galleries is inevitably more limited than in their earlier curatorial roles. The chance to do the job that made their name—organizing groundbreaking exhibitions...

source: Art Newspaper

Some bankruptcy experts said that it now appears increasingly unlikely that creditors will be able to get their hands on the city-owned art collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts. But experts also said that even in the wake...

source: Detroit Free Press

Thomas Piketty is a name on a lot of people's lips at the moment. The French economist's new book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, is a historic survey of wealth concentration that has quickly become a go-to text for the gathering debate on income inequality. In his...

source: New York Times

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