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Thursday Links

The theme for this week’s links is “vintage” (from the past 3 – 5 years, not, like 1920). These are some things I’ve saved or favorited on the number of sites I visit that were worth rereading or revisiting recently. 558 more words

Random Links

Restroom-Equipment Research Funded

DYSTOPIA–A Dystopia College professor has secured funding to investigate a problem that people have been pushing and pulling at for decades.

Asst. Prof. of Mechanical Engineering Gerhard Radmeister has received “significant” grant from the National Association for Sanitation Technology Innovation (NASTI) to study why soap and paper-towel dispensers in public restrooms never work. 128 more words

18 influential business professors aged 40 and under


The youngest is aged 27.

Before recognising who’s who in the business, it is worthwhile to identify some of the extraordinary young professors who have, in one way or another, taught and influenced this generation’s business managers. 97 more words

Current Affairs

Gunmen attack American university in Kabul, students trapped


KABUL: Gunmen attacked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday, with explosions and gunfire reported inside the campus, an Afghan interior ministry official and a student said. 179 more words

Current Affairs

Dean Investigating "Learning Styles" Conflict

DYSTOPIA–An “uncomfortable situation” that arose during a psychology class meeting this morning is under investigation by a Dystopia College dean.

The incident occurred in a section of Stem and Business Educational Psychology taught by Adjunct Prof. 435 more words

I'm Batman

I was listening to Fresh Air this past week, and Terry Gross was interviewing Julie Klausner, a comedian who writes and directs that show Difficult People… 845 more words

"Flipped Classroom" Poses Challenges for Some Professors

DYSTOPIA–The “flipped classroom” concept popular with education “experts” definitely presents some challenges for self-described “traditionalists” such as Asst. Prof. Dorothea “Dottie” Paynter, who teaches art history. 273 more words