Kate Hamilton

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December 27, 2011

It’s Not the Test's Fault

Kate Hamilton

Should academe leave the SAT behind? Kate Hamilton examines the current state of the test-optional admissions movement.

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December 22, 2011

Fellowship Opportunity: The William E. Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose

Kate Hamilton

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute, an organization that shares many of the interests of NAS, offers an annual fellowship, named after William E. Simon, to exceptional graduating college seniors.

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December 21, 2011

Event: NY Affiliate to Host Lecture by Jonathan Brent

Kate Hamilton

The New York Association of Scholars and the CUNY Association Scholars will have Jonathan Brent speak on "Soviet Archives and the Struggle for Truth in History" as their first event of 2012.

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December 8, 2011

Steve Balch on WTGD Radio: The Importance of Teaching Western Civilization

Kate Hamilton

NAS Chairman Steve Balch appeared on a local Wisconsin public radio program to discuss the reasons why classes on Western Civilization should be a required component of the undergraduate curriculum.

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November 17, 2011

Event: New York Affiliate to Host Lecture by Sol Stern

Kate Hamilton

On Sunday afternoon Manhattan Institute senior fellow Sol Stern will speak in New York City on the current value of higher education.

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November 9, 2011

What If There Were Prison Loan Debts?

Kate Hamilton

The average cost for one year of prison is more expensive than one year at Princeton University.  

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November 2, 2011

Peter Wood at the University of Alaska Anchorage: "Pre-Occupied: Higher Education, Anger and the Wall Street Protests"

Kate Hamilton

NAS president Peter Wood will address the Occupy Wall Street movement and "New Anger" as part of the Polaris Lecture Series.

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October 18, 2011

Evidence of Racial Preferences at UW-Madison?

Kate Hamilton

W. Lee Hansen, a member of NAS and Professor Emeritus of Economics at UW-Madison, provides evidence that the preferential admissions process at UW discriminates based on race and ethnicity.&nbs...

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