By Dr. Patricia Snell Herzog In the Science of College: Navigating the First Year and Beyond, my colleagues and I discuss multiple aspects of university life, especially focusing on the often-unwritten rules. In my largest book co-author team yet, I joined together with other faculty, instructors, advisors, and student support staff to formulate an interdisciplinary… Read more »
Tag: moral imagination
What is the ‘public good’?
In philanthropy (and in general) “the public good” is an interesting concept. Defining the public good is difficult; who’s the public we’re defining? What’s good for those individuals; more government services? Less tax dollars so that individuals can decide what to do with their own money? Does the public good encompass what’s happening in… Read more »