Higher education in the United States is broken. Costs are ouf of control. Students are dissatisfied. Graduates can’t get jobs. Says MIT’s Andy McAfee, “What’s going on is halfway between a bubble and a scandal.”
I propose we put higher ed back on track by founding Corporate Colleges.
Corporate colleges break higher ed into its constitutent parts and reassemble Continue reading →
The National Institute of Mental Health spent millions of your tax dollars to build John and Julie Gottman a Love Lab. At the lab, personnel observed thousands of couples. They shot video, monitored heart rates, jitteriness and skin conductivity. They amassed recordings of Continue reading →
Thursday I’m off to a retreat in Texas. People are talking about what they will bring. Coffee, vino, whatever.
I think of UTAOU people as life designers, not instructional designers. Surely we can bring something beside stimulants and depressants. I’m going to bring a bag of weird stuff to try to get our motors running: