We Can Be Heroes: How David Bowie Inspired Generations of San Franciscans
Every time David Bowie stepped on stage, he did so for every marginalized, gender-questioning person around the world.
From Zero To Guitar Hero, Meet The Small-Town Musician Who’s Well On His Way
Jared James Nichols is 24-year-old small-town musician who swings his guitar like a battle ax. Here’s his ascent from zero to guitar hero.
How Usher (Yes, That Usher) Helped Revive '90s Alt-Rock Heroes Afghan Whigs
A random live collaboration with the R&B star in 2013 brought Greg Dulli's band back together; their second album since reuniting, this week's "In Spades," is their best in two decades.
“Piano Hero” Concept Video Makes Me Want To Try To Learn The Piano For The 500th Time
Take a piano. Strap a projector above it. Build a Guitar Hero-esque interface that shows upcoming notes, and project it down onto the top surface and keys...
Jewish Academia Went Mainstream
How did the study of the Jews and Judaism in America rise from being considered an amateurish enterprise, unworthy of serious consideration in the world of
What to call yourself in Academia
How Groupthink Is Harmful in Academia
Criticism and creativity are suppressed by ideological homogeneity.
Why Academia Is Such an Easy Target for Authoritarians
How universities can fight back against the attacks of populists.
4 Tips to Getting a Job in Academia
Seeking a job in academia doesn’t have to be intimidating, especially if you start the process early. Use our tips to set yourself up for success and boost your confidence during the application process. Here are four expert recommendations to land your first job in academia 1. Make a Mission Statement Providing a mission statement shows your potential employer your goals and where you see yourself…
How Does Fi360 ‘Score’ with Academia?
New analysis finds the Fi360 Fiduciary Score can be useful to financial advisors when selecting investments for their clients.
Ethical questions for ad industry and academia
Letters: Readers respond to George Monbiot’s article about the part publicly funded universities are playing in supporting research into techniques for overcoming resistance to advertising
How ideas go viral in academia
New research shows that the spread of ideas through academia may depend on where they come from as much as their quality.
Why You Need To Leave Academia
I know you've spent a long time in academia. It's a nice gig if you can get it, but the odds are stacked against you! Here's why you need to leave it all behind.
Sleepless in Academia: What Keeps You Up at Night?
Do you have trouble sleeping every now and then? If you’re in a leadership position in higher education and can honestly answer that question with a “no,” please call us immediately; we’d like to bottle your secret to a good night’s rest.
Heroes Inspire Heroes
Remember your childhood heroes? Their great heroic feats making you dream? Heroes of today inspire heroes of tomorrow. SCOTT equips little heroes on their jo...
The Lists: Top 10 Transportation Thought Leaders in Academia
This month Eno has partnered with the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) to identify 10 of the most forward-looking transportation academics in the field today.
How to Be a Hero
Scaling the Ivory Tower, Academia Career Guide
Download the Institute for Humane Studies’ Academia Career Guide: “Scaling the Ivory Tower: The Pursuit of an Academic Career.”
What Academia Can Learn From College Athletics
American universities have left their most important job to their athletics departments.
What Made American Academia Great (and How It Was Destroyed)
Since retiring from the university, several people have asked if I miss it. I tell them I miss what it was, but not what it has become. Higher education in America has gone from being the best in the world to one of the most pathetic.