What’s new this week:

This Chronicle of Higher Education letter to the editor highlights the important work happening at Scripps College to improve students’ financial literacy in meaningful ways.

Grinnell College President Raynard Kington offers examples of students using alternative ways to be activists and agents of change in this Liberal Education essay.

In a piece for History News Network, Professor David Leinweber of Oxford College of Emory University, draws on lessons from England’s Glorious Revolution 1688 and applies them to today’s political landscape, including the Democratic debates.

Megan Gerhardt, professor of leadership and management at the Farmer School of Business, offers her thoughts in a piece for NBC Think on why Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg isn’t resonating with millennial voters.

What’s next on our calendars:

Teresa will present at CASE’s Senior Institute for Communications and Marketing in Florida in February 2020.

Cristal will present “How to Create a National Media Strategy Aligned With a Known Brand” at the CASE District I Conference in Boston March 12-13, 2020.

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