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Wed June 11, 2014
Grand Valley State holds summit to explore political influence in higher education
Are the liberal arts becoming too politicized? Are politics – and political ideology – taking too strong a hold on higher education?
A growing number of academics worry that the answer may be "yes."
With that in mind, there's a three-day summit coming up at Grand Valley State University. It's billed as "A Meeting of Minds, Left and Right," exploring these questions.
We were joined today by Gleaves Whitney. He's the director of the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies at Grand Valley State University.