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The Microsoft Corporation donated more than $1.5 million worth of software to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to upgrade its computer systems and help the museum put more of its collection online. Meanwhile, the Art Institute of Chicago will soon launch an app that...

source: Art Newspaper

A group of major Detroit creditors said four investors have made tentative billion-dollar bids for the Detroit Institute of Arts—or key portions of its collection—in a move aimed at undercutting the city's competing...

source: Detroit Free Press

The job crisis facing young American PhDs today has an analogue in one earlier historical period: the situation of newly minted lawyers and physicians in early-nineteenth-century France. After the French Revolution abolished the guilds, regulation of recruitment ceased in...

source: Perspectives on History

Recently two professors participated in a workshop on team-based learning at Brooklyn College, a process in which students are divided into permanent teams for the semester and work during class on activities based on readings. Team-based learning was developed by professors...

source: Art History Teaching Resources

More than half the nation's most vulnerable college students are in courses taught by part-time, adjunct faculty members who lack the job security, credentials, and experience of full-time professors—as well as the campus support their full-time peers receive. Community...

source: Inside Higher Ed

Several years ago, Michael Nieswiadomy released a paper on the LSAT scores of economics majors. I thought I'd make some inquiries to law schools who have LSAC for some data on this subject to follow up. Applicants to law schools who...

source: Excess of Democracy


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