Fixing America’s Higher Ed Problem with Jacques Berlinerblau

In his latest book, Campus Confidential: How College Works, Or Doesn’t, For Professors, Parents and Students, author Jacques Berlinerblau discusses why the modern college education system is failing professors and students alike. Berlinerblau provides a frank view of the contemporary undergraduate experience, delivering timely insights into what’s working and what’s not on campuses nationwide.

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Duration: 60 minutes

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This webinar discusses:

  • What’s missing from professor training in graduate school
  • Tips for handling interdepartmental politics
  • Whether or not the tenure track process serves the interests of students and scholars
  • Why the ‘publish or perish’ ethos of academe is harming the quality of education
  • Changes colleges can make to improve student success

About Jacques Berlinerblau

Professor Jacques Berlinerblau is the Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, the Nation and the Chronicle of Higher Education, and he has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, NPR and elsewhere.

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