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Advocate of Western Civilization Finds a Home for His Ideas at Texas Tech’s…

Oct 15, 2012 by Peter Monaghan |

Stephen H. Balch, a longtime leader at the National Association of Scholars, has found a university where he can apply what he believes.

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NAS Founder Stephen H. Balch Takes New Role in Western Civilization Institute

Oct 11, 2012 |

PRESS RELEASE: NAS founder Stephen H. Balch launches a new Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Texas Tech University.

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Stotsky and Bauerlein on Common Core ELA Standards

Sep 24, 2012 by Crystal Plum |

Two scholars from the Pioneer Institute review the make-up and effectiveness of English, Language Arts Core Standards.

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Hillsdale Program in DC Seeks Teachers

Sep 12, 2012 by NAS |

NAS member Paul Moreno is recruiting teachers for a Hillsdale College program in Washington, DC. 

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Stanley Rothman Panel in New Orleans Canceled

Aug 28, 2012 by Ashley Thorne |

Due to the bad weather in New Orleans and travel delays for panelists, the roundtable in honor of Stanley Rothman at the meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA) on Thursday, August 30, has been canceled.

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NAS’s Sandra Stotsky at Teacher Education Panel

Aug 20, 2012 by Ashley Thorne |

“We no longer can count on strong high school preparation, which is what other countries rely on for those they admit to a teacher preparation program,” Stotsky said.

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Come to APSA Roundtable Honoring Stanley Rothman

Aug 16, 2012 by Ashley Thorne |

NAS members and friends may be interested in attending a panel to honor the late social scientist and NAS leader.

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Unfashionable Ideas

Jul 20, 2012 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood reviews the National Association of Scholars’ changing approach to reforming higher education.

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Common Ground

May 30, 2012 by R. H. Winnick |

What’s an Obama Democrat doing on the board of the NAS?

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Norman Fruman and Academe’s Greatest Generation

Apr 20, 2012 by Steve Balch |

We've lost another stalwart.  Norman Fruman, former Minnesota affiliate head and an NAS director since 1996, has died at the age of 88.  Steve Balch misses this member of the greatest generation.

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Ed Rauchut Remembered

Apr 16, 2012 by Steve Balch |

NAS remembers Ed Rauchut: memorable teacher, productive scholar, academic entrepreneur, devoted father, and absolutely genuine man.

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Final Edit: Irving Louis Horowitz, 1929-2012

Apr 04, 2012 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood remembers Irving Louis Horowitz, founding publisher of Academic Questions and intellectual warrior.

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A Final Article in Academic Questions by Irving Louis Horowitz

Mar 26, 2012 by Ashley Thorne |

In the current, spring 2012 issue of Academic Questions is one last article by Dr. Horowitz, "The Wealth of Nations and the Poverty of Analysts."

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Irving Louis Horowitz: A Force of Nature

Mar 23, 2012 by Steve Balch |

Irving Louis Horowitz, who for decades was publisher, advisor, and contributor to Academic Questions died on March 21st. NAS chairman Steve Balch remembers him.  

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A Tribute to James Q. Wilson

Mar 02, 2012 by Steve Balch |

The NAS mourns the passing of James Q. Wilson, its friend, long-time advisor, and monumental figure in American social science.

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