Date of publication: 2017-07-09 05:48
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Hegar and Gulley vehemently deny allegations that they strong-armed Texas A& M. They said they simply want to produce good research. “We’re not about whether [a species] does or doesn’t get listing,” said Hegar. “It’s not about making this issue political, because it’s about research. It’s about facts and science. It’s about having the best information possible for people to make decisions.”
Museums have spent the better part of a generation in an identity crisis, querying their social role and value, and perhaps their underlying purpose. Were they research facilities, amusement parks, educational institutions, storage vaults? Technological change, though not inherently a game changer, raised additional questions about shared authority, democratization, and access.
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Academic researchers at Texas A& M claim that Hegar and his subordinates tried to pressure them to use a favored private firm, Bio-West, to conduct scientific research into freshwater mussels.
FUTURE OF MUSEUMS: AGILE, ACCESSIBLE AND DISTINCT
by Gina Koutsika, Head of National and International &ndash Learning and Engagement, Imperial War Museums
But in academia, supply is decoupled from demand. Beginning in Cross 8767 time and accelerating after World War II and the GI Bill, universities broadened their curricula to include what they called 8775 creative writing. 8776 Harvard, Yale, and Princeton began offering undergraduate writing courses. The University of Iowa proffered a Master of Fine Arts program, and its graduates went on to teach the next generation at Iowa or, more often, started other MFA programs often founding a companion literary magazine at which students could work, learning the art of editing.
One October morning, on his way to give a talk at the University of Texas at Austin, Hegar called Phil Ford, the river authority’s general manager. Hegar wanted to know if Ford was in fact trying to fund freshwater mussel research. Did he know that the comptroller was also trying to do similar research?