01.30.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

On Being Erased

Mary Dana Hinton, who serves on the Board of the Teagle Foundation, argues that Florida’s rejection of a new Advanced Placement class on African American studies raises unsettling questions.
On Being Erased >
01.24.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Community college students’ bachelor degree dreams

Transfer guarantees funded by the Teagle Foundation help community college students in New England and Minnesota to enroll in four-year institutions.
Community college students’ bachelor degree dreams >
01.19.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

AAC&U Annual Meeting Explore Liberal Education’s Role in Preserving Democracy

Teagle president Andrew Delbanco speaks about the democratic value of the humanities and higher education. 
AAC&U Annual Meeting Explore Liberal Education’s Role in Preserving Democracy >
01.18.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

NEH Chair on Initiatives to Grapple with History

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Chair Shelly C. Lowe discusses Teagle president Andrew Delbanco's Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities.
NEH Chair on Initiatives to Grapple with History >
01.06.2023 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Bachelor's degree dreams get farther out of reach for one group of students

Programs in New England and Minnesota are helping community college students to transfer to four-year institutions. 
Bachelor's degree dreams get farther out of reach for one group of students >
12.13.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

AI and the Future of Undergraduate Writing

Cornerstone: Learning for Living advisory board member Melinda Zook says ChatGPT is less of a threat when courses are built around frequent feedback and discussion.
AI and the Future of Undergraduate Writing >
12.06.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Happiness class hooks students on more than a feeling

Students at Colorado State University are taking a philosophy course on happiness as part of a Cornerstone: Learning for Living grant.
Happiness class hooks students on more than a feeling >
12.05.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Words to Live By

Steven Mintz says Teagle President Andrew Delbanco's essay about reparations offers a powerful and inspiring vision of what we can do to move toward a fairer, juster, more inclusive society.

Words to Live By >