Service-Bonded Inquiry: The Road Less Traveled
- Essay: What Is Important in History? Bishop, Morris // American Heritage;Dec1967, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p2
Comments on the value of events in history. Influence of the academic world on a historian's decision to publish; Events in history which are usually labeled by historians as important; Example of a ruler's serious appeal to history.
- A Coming of Age. Leeper, Robert R. // Educational Leadership;Oct1963, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p3
The article discusses qualities of the journal "Educational Leadership." The journal is the publication of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. The publication has a sense of balance. The articles emphasize on the concept of the human values and the qualities of humanness....
- Writing the Self. Altman, Dennis // Anthropological Quarterly;Spring2002, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p317
The article presents the views of the author on the claim to objectivity and science in several disciplines of humanities and social science. He argues that this claim is a form of intellectual dishonesty. According to the author, scholars writing about globalization tend to focus on a single...
- The Case for History and the Humanities. Spiegel, Gabrielle M. // Perspectives on History;Jan2008, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p3
The author reflects on the significance of studying historically oriented humanitistic disciplines. She asserts that studying history broadens our sense of humanity and nourishes our sense of well-being through enduring values against the corrosions caused by change and time. She adds that the...
- Value of an Education. Charlesworth, Dacia // Personal Excellence Essentials;Feb2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p10
The article presents the author's views related to the value of education. According to her, with scholarship comes a responsibility to develop leadership and a duty to perform service. One way for you to fulfill these obligations is for you to understand the link between education and...
- CHAPTER 10: THE HIGHER UTILITY. Dangerfield, Anthony; Engell, James // Saving Higher Education in the Age of Money;2005, p207
Chapter 10 of the book "Saving Higher Education in the Age of Money" is presented. It addresses the issue of utility, the arbiter to which society refers many questions of value and even of values. It asserts that the rise of utility occupies a strong chapter in the history of higher education....
- Is scholarship a priority in academe today? Gilbreath, Kent // Baylor Business Review;Spring1993, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p28
Examines the importance of scholarship and reflection among universities in the United States. Categories of scholarship; Impact on students.
- Be all that you can be. Roberts, M. // Psychology Today;Mar88, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p28
We spend millions of dollars every year to better ourselves, indiscriminately buying and trying anything from brain-training courses to mind-reading manuals. But studies show that even though some unconventional techniques, such as sleep learning, can help people improve their abilities, others...
- Finding our inner voices: Rediscovering scholarship. Moxley, Joseph M. // Innovative Higher Education;Spring96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p183
Examines the need to reconsider how scholarship is defined, rewarded and supported, and what the philosophical foundation of scholarship is. Results of the survey of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education; Agents of change in the faculty reward system.