The Dean and Richard Dawkins
The renowned biologist sits down for a public conversation on evolution and atheism with CLAS Dean Jeremy Teitelbaum.
The Immortal Pete Seeger
The folk singer and activist died last week but his memory will live on forever, says CLAS dean Jeremy Teitelbaum.
The Path Into – And Out Of – Science
The opportunity to switch majors is an important part of a college education, notes the CLAS dean.
For Emotional Literacy, Read Literature
For children struggling to express their emotions, the answer is a return to literature and the arts, says the CLAS dean.
Horatio Hornblower, Dean Extraordinaire
A reflection on the nature of – deanly – leadership from CLAS Dean Jeremy Teitelbaum.
No Excellence Without Diversity
Achieving diversity is essential to combat the impact of negative stereotypes in academia – and even when it comes to writing blogs, says the CLAS dean.
Down with the Abbey!
After three seasons of improbable characters and implausible events, the Dean of CLAS has had enough of the popular PBS series Downton Abbey.
How Partial Differential Equations Are Saving Lives
The effectiveness of mathematics in predicting the weather calls for celebration, says Dean Jeremy Teitelbaum.
Should a Humanities Degree Cost More?
The CLAS dean debates the economics of a proposal made by Florida Governor Rick Scott’s blue ribbon panel on higher education reform.
The Mochizuki Theorem? When You’re So Smart Nobody Can Check Your Work
If you are a mathematical genius, how do you prove the ABC conjecture to your peers? Hint: It's not as simple as 1,2,3.