Cathy N. Davidson writes for HigherEdJobs: “But what about the students at our least-funded institutions, students who themselves come from the most stressed situations. How do they thrive? They, of course, are the… Read more »
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The Chronicle of Higher Education recently published a special report on “10 teaching innovators,” featuring Cathy N. Davidson as one of the ten. CHE writes: “We weren’t necessarily looking for candidates who teach… Read more »
Phil Simon recently interviewed Cathy N. Davidson about “The New Education.” Simon writes in Huffington Post: “Think about the disruption that we’re seeing. Uber and Lyft are beating taxis. Airbnb’s $30B valuation crushes… Read more »
Penn grad student says she’s under fire on campus and off for using a teaching technique that involves specifically calling on students from underrepresented groups. Click here to read the Inside Higher Ed… Read more »
Cathy N. Davidson recently visited Duke University to have a conversation about education reform and the effects of new technologies with Vice Provost of Interdisciplinary Studies, Ed Balleisen. Read Geoffrey Mock’s recap of… Read more »
Watch a video of Cathy N. Davidson’s recent talk at Duke University about “The New Education” in conversation with Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies Ed Balleisen.
Former Spelman president says we must teach college students to open up about bias. “Beverly Daniel Tatum is president emerita of Spelman College. She is directing a new Diversity, Civility and the Liberal Arts Institute… Read more »
In this post for Choice360, Cathy N. Davidson writes about how the research process prepares students for the post-education experience. Read the full post here.
Cathy Davidson writes: “We need to redesign higher education systemically and systematically, from the classroom to the board of trustees, from the fundamentals of how we teach and learn to how we measure… Read more »
Cathy Davidson writes: “Is there any topic more deadly-dull than educational technology? Or any topic that universities are more apt to get wrong? Fueling the $250 billion annual global spending in educational technology… Read more »