Dr. Mark Taylor, a professor at Columbia University, is the author of Crisis on Campus: A Bold Plan for Reforming Our Colleges and Universities. Taylor characterizes American higher education as expensive, wasteful, and archaic. He calls for reforms like: Eliminating tenure; Restructuring departments for interdepartmental cooperation; Emphasizing teaching rather than rarified research; Creating global networks; […]
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Dr. Mark Taylor, Columbia University, Author of Crisis on Campus: A Bold Plan for Reforming Our Colleges and Universities
Raymond Larson has 30 years of experience in business and ministry. He combines vision with practical application to produce results for success. He shares his perspective on how business touches all other areas of the culture – government, education, family, religion, arts and entertainment, and media. Through a unique educational program for entrepreneurs, 7 Degrees […]
Lynn O’Shaughnessy is the author of The College Solution: Shrinking the Cost of College, a college contributor for US News & World Report, and blogger for CBSMoneyWatch and TheCollegeSolutionBlog. For years, college tuition has been increasing faster than inflation, with the most expensive colleges costing $50,000 annually. Learn how to get cash for yourself or […]
Dr. Robert Pennington, executive coach and educational psychologist, walks the talk of someone who knows professionally and personally how to deal well with life’s challenges. He teaches individuals and groups how to: Recognize stress quicker and move through it faster Understand three definitions relating stress and change Discover the Positive Opposite Possibility of Worry Avoid […]
Developing & Inspiring America’s Leaders: Insights from Colonel Curtis Carver, PhD, Vice Dean for Education at West Point
Colonel Curtis Carver, PhD, Vice Dean for Education at West Point, shares strategies for developing great leaders. The tradition of the Army’s academy is well respected around the world for producing leaders not only for their military service, but for their contributions to civilian careers upon retirement. Colonel Carver will share some of the Academy’s […]