UBC's Strategic Plan, "Place and Promise". It's a mere click away from the University's home page and has STUDENT LEARNING as the first heading! (Thoughh it's a bit disconcerting that Scoop.it grabs the President's pic for its graphic. That's not the bit I was focusing on!
As Harvard’s neighbor Boston College celebrates its 150th year, it’s important to reflect on the enduring tension between scholarship for social good and inquiry for its own sake, President Drew Faust said Oct.
Liz Ramsay's insight:
Some fine phrases from Harvard's President “...in a world where the measure of things so often trumps the meaning of things, and the practical, immediate uses of knowledge so often overshadow the larger, more enduring purposes of education.”
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