What’s new this week:

Grinnell College Professor Patrick Inglis offers new perspective in this Washington Post piece on how the labor trends that shaped India’s economy are becoming commonplace in the United States.

Professor Forrest Nabors of the University of Alaska Anchorage shares lessons on free speech from our Republic ancestors in this piece on the History News Network.

In an interview for The Conversation’s The Abstract, Robert Kelchen explains the research and data behind Washington Monthly’s annual college rankings. The interview also ran in The New Haven Register, SF GATE, and The Houston Chronicle.

Anne Kim’s essay on pre-college programs for Washington Monthly was highlighted in POLITICO Playbook and in Education Writers Association’s Latest Education News roundup. It also ran in The Washington Post’s Answer Sheet.

This IB World article on the fairness of college admissions includes insight from Coalition for College Executive Director Annie Reznik.

Washington Monthly Editor-in-Chief Paul Glastris weighs in for The Hill on colleges that are helping students overcome registration barriers and motivating them to vote.

The University of Toledo’s Celia Williamson examines the customers who support sex trafficking in this piece for The Conversation. The article has also been picked up by multiple outlets, including SF GATE, The Times Union, The Journal-Courier, The Houston Chronicle and Raw Story.

This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to check out posts on navigating the gray area between buy-in and co-creation and the CMO’s dilemma of in-sourcing versus outsourcing.

What’s next on our calendars:

Teresa will co-lead an Academic Impressions workshop on Developing Presidential Voice: Strategies and Best Practices on September 26-27 in New Orleans.

Erin will present to participants in the National Association of College and University Business Officers’ Fellows Programs on managing the media on October 4 in Washington, DC

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