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A university is a diverse and dynamic institution of higher education that plays a central role in shaping the future of individuals and societies. It is a place where students embark on educational journeys that can transform their lives, while faculty and researchers engage in cutting-edge studies and contribute to the advancement of knowledge. Universities are often characterized by academic excellence, research activities, and a vibrant community of students, faculty, and staff.

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The Global University

A university is a hub of learning, discovery, and innovation, where knowledge is cultivated, shared, and advanced. It serves as a beacon of intellectual growth, offering a wide array of academic programs spanning various disciplines, from the arts and sciences to professional and vocational fields. Universities provide a nurturing environment that empowers students to explore their passions, expand their horizons, and develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary for a successful and fulfilling future

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Academic’s Blogs

  • 01, Dec 2023

The Professor is In

This blog is part of a larger website that provides courses, webinars and workshops for graduate students, and a partner podcast. It even has its own swag available for purchase. The blog posts are a collaborative effort led and organized by Karen Kelsky, who holds a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Hawaii. Kelsky was previously a tenured professor at the University of Oregon and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While Kelsky does author many of the blog posts, she also invites different academics to collaborate as guest contributors to the blog.

  • 22, Jun 2023


Back in 1984, Franklin identified male-valued traits that were typically linked to being masculine, including aggression, dominance and a lack of emotion. While thankfully much has moved on since then, perceptions of what it means to be masculine are still frequently linked within research to rigid behaviours and traits, most noticeably around sexism and lack of emotion (Levant & Richmond, 2016). These ideas are particularly concerning given the constant pressure faced by many men and boys to constantly assert, prove and maintain their masculinity (Vandello & Bosson, 2013). The pressure to perform this idea of masculinity can have a significant negative impact on men’s mental health, as well as having serious consequences for the people around them and wider society (Morin, 2020), as some men’s attitudes and behaviours can end up being driven by others’ expectations, rather than their own wishes and values. An example of this sort of behaviour is if a male athlete shares a sexist meme with their teammates on WhatApp, even if the recipients are uncomfortable with this or recognise is as problematic, the ‘traditional’ definition of what it means to be masculine dictates that the ‘correct’ response is to laugh along, and perhaps continue the ‘joke’ by sharing something even more extreme themselves. Burrell’s (2021) study of male student athletes even found that behaviours which would typically be considered problematic, such as turning up drunk at a partner’s house and demanding to be let in, were actually viewed sympathetically by other males when considered through the lens of expected masculine behaviours. So, what can be done to address this? There is a growing acceptance among psychologists that identifying and promoting a healthier, more positive definition of masculinity is a valuable tool in tackling problematic behaviour and attitudes, and could even act as a protective factor for many men and boys (Kiselica et al, 2016).

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Though numerous extracurricular activities exist, the following activities are those that are most commonly found on college campuses.

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