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  • shagouryRuth Shagoury, Mary Stuart Rogers professor of education, blogs about literature for children, offering recommendations about favorite books and ideas for instilling in kids a love of reading. Go

  • Bob Miller thumbnailRobert Miller, professor of law, blogs about issues facing indigenous communities, from education to economic development, criminal justice to casinos. Go

  • marty hart-landsbergMartin Hart-Landsberg, professor of economics, blogs about the latest economic trends and news, sifting through countless reports and analyses and offering his insights in plain English. Go

  • tungyinTung Yin, professor of law, blogs about manifestations of the law in pop culture, as well as politics, sports, and local news. Go

  • zaher wahab thumbnail Zaher Wahab, professor of education, blogs about conditions in Afghanistan, as he devotes six months of service each year to the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education. Go

  • paulstoutonghiPauls Toutonghi, assistant professor of English, blogs about writing, teaching, and current events. Go

  • dohertyThomas Doherty, counseling psychology instructor, blogs about his personal and professional work in the field of ecopsychology, a contemporary movement toward recognizing a connection between mental health and the natural environment. Go

  • clareMary Clare, professor of counseling psychology, blogs about her cross-country journey to document diverse perspectives on the concept of change in America. Go

  • Jack BogdanskiJack Bogdanski, professor of law, blogs about local and national politics, law, the arts, and culture. Go

 

 

 


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