Bob Dougherty reflects on The Next Fifty Years, a book that examines science in the first half of the 21st century.
In his latest book review, Frank Rodriquez reflects on key points from In Defense of a Liberal Education and how they apply today.
How can we reach the place where we are getting good results, but it feels like we are barely trying? Frank Rodriquez reviews Trying Not to Try to find out.
John C. Maxwell's book focuses on the most important factor in leadership: knowing how to recognize and develop leaders.
Frank Rodriquez reviews David Houle’s Entering the Shift Age and discusses what it could mean for higher education in the 21st century.
In The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert turns her attention to mounting evidence that homo sapiens are pushing many species out of existence.
Julie Davis reviews Maya Angelou's I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, a book that continues to resonate with common human truths 45 years after its writing.
OU Ph.D. candidate Julie Davis reviews Race and the University, an inspiring story about overcoming prejudice in higher education written by former CLS dean, George Henderson.
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