The essays featured on this page have been written by Foundation staff or commissioned by the Foundation. Both as a group and individually, they articulate and explore the issues that underpin our grantmaking, at times serving to map where we've been and at others to chart a way forward. More than anything else, they are contributions to the ongoing work of program development at Teagle, one more way that we engage with the higher education community to develop and test ideas to strengthen undergraduate education.
Essays and selected writings by Teagle's President Richard Morrill can be found here.
Big Questions of Meaning and Value
The Disciplines and Undergraduate Education