On life in academia
The latest Ellucian breach (Musing #870)
Sofware is hard.
Advertising the department (Musing #873)
The joy of writing blurbs.
Disappearing articles (Musing #875)
Betsy DeVos and the Dream Center.
Income distributions, college choices, and such (Musing #877)
The state of higher education (Musing #878)
Hutchins, Bush, Dewey, and such.
Compassion and the anti-academic press (Musing #893)
Different definitions ofwacky.
Faculty contracts (Musing #919)
Is the Handbook our contract?
Licensing athletes’ images (Musing #933)
A step forward for the NCAA, I think.
Double-blind grading (Musing #934)
What is it?
Honors in Computer Science (Musing #985)
What should we measure?
Thinking through complications.
Governance, tenure, and such (Musing #991)
Reflecting on more inclusive practices.
Preparing workshop proposals (Musing #1007)
Not as much work as I expected
Office hour sign-up sheets and other FERPA issues (Musing #1009)
The wonder of rules
Preparing for teaching online (Musing #1028)
Bashing bean counters.
Preparing to fill out my annual Faculty Activity Report (Musing #1091)
I wonder what other institutions do.
Incredibly irresponsible (Musing #1109)
Pandemic planning that’s beyond irritating.
Advance planning (Musing #1137)
It’s part of the job.
Worse than Sedona? Initial encounters with Interfolio (Musing #1169)
A short simulation of normalcy (Musing #1184)
Missing the rest of my job.
The 2022 SIGCSE Technical Symposium (Musing #1185)
Two years later.
Fifty Years of Title IX (Musing #1195)
Sam explores a bit.
A Hidden Curriculum (Musing #1196)
One of many.
Graduate Student Strikes (Musing #1217)
The issues seem more complex than I’d originally thought.
Wow, that’s a long title.
Faculty nightmares (Musing #1233)
Not the same as normal nightmares.
Do not Cease and Desist! (Musing #1236)
Such a great response!