Multidisciplinary Citizen Science: An Open Call to All

Within the last three-to-four decades, American universities and their professoriate have documented, critiqued, and engaged in highly participatory action, monitoring, and participation in research. Based more on bottom-up organization and demography of researchers—not derivative of academic institutions—, a form of Continue reading Multidisciplinary Citizen Science: An Open Call to All

A Global Neccessity: A Case for Global Curriculum

REVIEWED: Loriell Louangamath, “All students should study abroad, practice cultural competence,” The Daily Evergreen, Accessed November 27, 2018. All students should study abroad, practice cultural competence In his seminal 1987 work, Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know, humanities scholar E.D. Continue reading A Global Neccessity: A Case for Global Curriculum

Return to ‘Universitas:’ Public Knowledge as University’s Panacea

Universitas (LATIN) the whole, total, the universe, the world; from noun form universus (all turned into one). “Freedom in a commons ruins all,” said Garret Hardin. Writing in 1968 over concerns of overpopulation and its subsequent symptoms—pollution, starvation, narcissism, and/or over-extraction Continue reading Return to ‘Universitas:’ Public Knowledge as University’s Panacea