Blogs

Higher Education Exchange 2017: Deliberation as Public Judgment

The 2017 volume of HEX attempts to distill Kettering’s understanding of deliberation.

Libby Kingseed

We are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our dear and valued colleague, Libby Kingseed. She passed away suddenly as a result of a heart problem on Sunday, December 24, 2017.

Exchanging Research with Libraries and Museums

Libraries and museums are, unsurprisingly, some of Kettering’s best partners in learning.

This Is Not Another “The Problem with Democracy is Voters” Think Piece

Citizen decision making has taken a lot of criticism lately.

Deliberative Pedagogy Strikes a Chord with Higher Education Looking to Spark Agency, Civic Skills in Students

Read about upcoming conference sessions.

Ben Barber and 'Strong Democracy,' Remembered

John Dedrick remembers Benjamin Barber.

Deliberative Pedagogy: What Does It Mean to Educate for Citizenship in a Democracy?

​What makes deliberative pedagogy deliberative pedagogy?

Deliberative What? Bridging Deliberation and Engagement in Higher Education

In a recent interview with the local radio station in Manhattan, Kansas, I spoke about the publication of the new book Deliberative Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning for Democratic Engagement and what it is about.

Hodgkinson Lecture Series Debuts with Author Bill Bishop

Bill Bishop, coauthor of The Big Sort, was at the Kettering Foundation earlier this month to deliver the first Hodgkinson Lecture.

Profile: Rassoul Dastmozd, President, Saint Paul College

This profile is part of a series of conversations with college presidents in various higher education institutions. Earlier conversations in this series were with Adam Weinberg, president of Denison University in Ohio; Katherine Persson, president of Lone Star College-Kingwood in Texas; Katrina Rogers, president of Fielding Graduate University, based in Santa Barbara; and Paul Pribbenow, president of Augsburg College in Minneapolis.