Stylus Publishing, LLC
Founded in 1996, Stylus publishes books and journals that focus on higher education, and books on inclusive teaching in K-12. Our higher education program covers such areas as teaching and learning, service learning, assessment, online learning, racial diversity on campus, women’s issues, student affairs, doctoral education, and leadership and administration. In 2005, Stylus acquired the publishing program of AAHE, and was appointed publisher for ACPA in 2009.
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Are Colleges Too Obsessed With Smartness?
Alexander Astin, author of the new Stylus title, Are You Smart Enough?, is featured in this new interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Are You Smart Enough? Goodreads Giveaway
To celebrate the upcoming release of our new book, Are You Smart Enough?: How Colleges' Obsession with Smartness Shortchanges Students by Alexander Astin, Stylus is holding a book giveaway on Goodreads.

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Patricia Cranton receives the Order of Canada in 2016
Congratulations to Patricia Cranton who has been awarded the Order of Canada in 2016 For her contributions to the field of adult education, as an authority on transformative learning who encourages critical and autonomous thinking.

Disrupting the Culture of Silence named CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title
Congratulations to the editors and contributors of Disrupting the Culture of Silence. The book was named a 2015 Outstanding Academic Title by CHOICE Reviews.

If you have access to CHOICE Reviews
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Linked Courses for General Education and Integrative Learning Margot Soven, Dolores Lehr, Siskanna Naynaha, Wendy Olson
"In one sense this book is most relevant for faculty at institutions which offer linked courses or are contemplating such programs. However, other readers may find these examples useful as illustrations of ways to make individual courses more interdisciplinary as well or develop team-taught courses or
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- Teaching Theology and Religion
Are You Smart Enough? Alexander W. Astin
"While it seems a simple point that American colleges and faculty value being and acquiring smart over developing smartness, this observation proves a riveting and profound starting place for insights about rankings, test scores, admissions, grades, academic standards, remedial education, faculty culture,
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- José Antonio Bowen, President of Goucher College and author of Teaching Naked