10.22.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

How to Reopen the American Mind

Books@Work is cited in this oped in The New York Times for expanding the reach of humanistic education.
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10.22.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Martin Amis is Committed to the Pleasure Principle in Books

Teagle Foundation President Andrew Delbanco’s book The War Before the War is mentioned by Martin Amis in an interview with The New York Times.
Martin Amis is Committed to the Pleasure Principle in Books >
10.21.2020 | STAFF WRITINGS

Civic Education After Rupture

In a time when students are experiencing civic loss or rupture, Tamara Mann Tweel reflects on the value of teaching for belonging.  
Civic Education After Rupture >
10.09.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Strapped for Students, Colleges Finally Begin to Clear Transfer Logjam

Teagle-funded transfer work with Connecticut independent colleges is featured as an innovative response. 

 
Strapped for Students, Colleges Finally Begin to Clear Transfer Logjam >
09.30.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Needed: A New Rehearsal Space for Democracy

Andrew Delbanco and Jon Parrish Peede describe how the Cornerstone model reimagines general education.
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09.25.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

How COVID Could Impact Transfer

This article cites Teagle grantee North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities as a model for transfer to independent colleges.
 
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09.24.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Grants Aim to "Reinvigorate the Humanities" by Connecting Them to Career Goals

An interview with Teagle Foundation president Andrew Delbanco on the urgent need for the humanities
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08.28.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

IUP Professor Named Grant Recipient

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is laying the groundwork for a humanities certificate for pre-professional and STEM students with Teagle support.
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06.04.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

The End of College as We Knew It?

Frank Bruni of The New York Times highlights Purdue University's Cornerstone program as a model in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
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PROJECT PROFILE

"Freedom and Citizenship": The Program Model

Forty-five low-income students from NYC high schools engage in an academically rigorous, college-level program in the humanities. 
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