Warner Winborne

Can we be serious for a moment?
By Warner Winborne on June 11, 2009

All too often junior faculty, apprehensive about their first foray into the classroom, are advised to consider their audience, to tailor the message to a classroom increasingly populated with students whose formative experiences and frame of reference are wholly foreign to those only a decade their senior. But education, especially liberal education, is serious business. It is education in being an adult, in being a thoughtful, articulate, productive member of a larger community.


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