This piece for The Chronicle illustrates an article about colleges needing to do a better job at holding on to their students after graduation by offering ‘lifelong learning’.
The March issue of Educational Leadership Magazine is out – with my illustration on the cover!
The author of “In Loco Maternis” reflects on the repercussions of being nearly date-raped at a fraternity party in 1964 – for the Chronicle Review.
“Remembering a Modern-Day Scriptorium”
The author of this article, for The Chronicle, reminisces about his time working at the H.W. Wilson Company which published book catalogs and periodical indexes.
“Due diligence in a search requires calling people who aren’t on a candidate’s list of recommenders” – for The Chronicle.
A previous high-school basketball coach, now a search-committee member, gives job seekers advice on how to be more successful in the application process – for The Chronicle.
This recent piece for The Chronicle Review illustrates “What My Ph.D. Taught Me”. The author, whose passion for literature began at Princeton, passes the torch to her students as a high school teacher.
This recent piece illustrates an article by Jonathan Brent for the Chronicle Review about how we are losing the origins of information in the digital age.
This is a recent piece for a Chronicle Review commentary. The author believes that the new sexual misconduct standard at colleges is too low and not fair to the accused.
Elephant Seals in Love! Illustration for a book cover about odd couples in the animal kingdom.