Deep Partisan Divide on Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, 7/11

By: David J. Smith, July 11, 2017 I’ve blogged (and reposted articles) before about the political and social divide in the U.S. (“College Freshmen: The Most Polarized in 50 Years,” The Atlantic, 5/2; “E pluribus unum: Out of many, one,” 11/8; “Community Colleges and the Fulbright Program: Promoting Global Education in a Divided Nation,” CommunityContinue reading “Deep Partisan Divide on Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, 7/11”

Citizen Mediator Initiative Seeks to Engage Practitioners in Working to Heal Political Divide, Washington, DC Event, 3/16

By: David J. Smith, March 10, 2017 The Citizen Mediator initiative is aimed at leveraging the experience of the practitioner community to bridge the U.S. political divide.   It is organized by the International Mediators Community of of Practice, Association for Conflict Resolution, and Mediators Beyond Borders International. If you are interested, consider attending theirContinue reading “Citizen Mediator Initiative Seeks to Engage Practitioners in Working to Heal Political Divide, Washington, DC Event, 3/16”