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Categories: Books, Editorials, Education, Ethics, Social Science, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Afterthoughts and foresight

Digging through boxes of bygone beliefs and brooding about the burgeoning of bioethics By Leigh E. Rich I recently unearthed a box long lost in the back of my closet, a box that has travelled with me across several states and too many years. I don’t think of myself as a pack rat by any […]

Categories: Editorials, Education, Ethics, Health, Social Science, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on “Leapin’ lizards, Mr. Science”

Old reflections on the New Archaeology (and musings on anthropology, art, bioethics, and medicine) By Leigh E. Rich Perhaps my favourite class as a graduate student in anthropology was an elective taught by the chair of our department, an immensely affable man who, despite his stature in the discipline and successes as a scholar, was […]

Categories: Education, Ethics, Health | Comments Off on Interdisciplinary teamwork

Student differences and teaching implications By Janet R. Buelow, Rod McAdams, Alice Adams, and Leigh E. Rich Teamwork with individuals from multiple disciplines is recognized as a significant skill necessary for professional employment. While a variety of teaching methods for students in health care professions have been investigated and found to be generally effective in […]

Categories: Education, Politics, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on CU’s Hoffman on the defensive

Gov. Bill Owens asks leadership for ‘more transparency’ By Leigh E. Rich Once again, Colorado’s founding fathers may be rolling in their graves. According to Paul Schauer, the University of Colorado regent for the 6th Congressional District, the Colorado Territorial Legislature passed a bill in 1861 creating the flagship university that opened its doors to […]

Categories: Education, Politics, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Owens, legislators call for Churchill’s head

CU regent meeting heats up over Ward Churchill affair By Leigh E. Rich Tenure or no, Ward Churchill has to go. So said Gov. Bill Owens in a press conference Wednesday, commenting on the most recent University of Colorado scandal after signing the 65th General Assembly’s first bill into law. The pride with which Owens […]

Categories: Education, Politics, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on The house that recessions built

Colorado government in need of extreme makeover, both parties say By Leigh E. Rich Presenting far more challenges than any number of television reality shows, the 65th General Assembly is gearing up for an extreme session, complete with a budget and a state that are in crisis. According to statistics compiled by the state’s Senate […]

Categories: Education, Ethics, Politics, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Safeguarding academic freedom

Policies ensure professors are politically correct By Leigh E. Rich Several presidents of Colorado’s state-sponsored higher education institutions testified before a joint session of the Senate and House education committees yesterday on how they are safeguarding the academic freedom of their students and protecting diversity—including “intellectual and political diversity”—as encouraged by Senate Joint Resolution 04-033 […]