USC Rossier in the Media, November 2018

December 14, 2018

Mentions of USC Rossier faculty and other related news

In an op-ed series for Inside Higher Ed, Stephen J. Aguilar describes how to run a meeting. The purpose of all meetings is for people to come together and accomplish a set of goals. Before deciding to hold a meeting, you should first ask yourself if it is absolutely necessary to do so, he wrote. (November 29, 2018) 

The Chronicle of Higher Education noted that William G. Tierney will be retiring as a professor and co-director of the Pullias Center for Higher Education. (November 15, 2018)

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured research by Adrianna Kezar and colleagues on 2015 protests at the University of Missouri at Columbia. The protests have become a lesson in leadership turmoil across higher education. College officials should reflect on what it means to have the “capacity” to respond effectively when a racist incident occurs, Kezar said. (November 13, 2018)

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education featured a new racial equity tech tool from the USC Race and Equity Center. PRISM wil provide a platform for academic professionals of color to engage with potential employers. “This [platform] moves us beyond passive approaches to recruiting, meaning that it’s not just posting a position and whoever sees it applies,” said Shaun R. Harper. (November 13, 2018) 

Tennessean quoted Estela Mara Bensimon on provisions for low-income students. (November 12, 2018)

The Daily Californian mentioned research by Shaun R. Harper and colleagues from the USC Race and Equity Center on racial equity at public universities. (November 8, 2018)