Getting to “E Pluribus Unum”: The Need for a National Domestic Exchange Program, Inside Higher Education, 1/5/17

By: David J. Smith, January 5, 2017 I published this piece today in Inside Higher Education.  I’ve been making this argument that we need a national domestic exchange program in the U.S. at this time of division within the country.  Your thoughts on this are appreciated! Click below for the entire article.

Reflections on 2016

By David J. Smith, December 15, 2016 Disruption was the watchword for 2016. The election of Donald Trump could usher in a seismic transformation of the role of government and the social compact that Americans haven’t experienced since FDR was president. Indications are that he will be the most unconventional (and unpredictable) president we’ve hadContinue reading “Reflections on 2016”

Community Colleges and the Fulbright Program: Promoting Global Education in a Divided Nation

By: David J. Smith, November 30, 2016 I have long argued that the Fulbright Program has not effectively benefited community college.  In a nation that is deeply divided, working with community colleges is more important than ever. Click below for article