Last year, Michigan State University hosted a conference on “Neoliberalism in Public Higher Education.” I was supposed to present a paper at the conference, but because I became ill will some sort of virus, John McNay was kind enough to present the paper for me.

The conference has created a sense of shared purpose among those involved, and the most tangible manifestation of that commitment is a new website called FutureU that is worth following [http://futureu.education/].

What follows is a list of posts listed on the first page of the blog that is the centerpiece of the site:

FutureU 01

Neoliberalism comes to higher education

by Frank Fear Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University Dearest Dorothy, Who Would Have Ever Thought?!* (*From Charlene Baumbich’s book of …

by msuspartan/ September 6, 2015/ ArticlesPublic Higher Ed

FutureU 02

Neoliberalism & public higher education

By Rubén Martinez, Janice Beecher & Stephen…

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