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Universities should stay open... responsibly

To migrate online or not to migrate online? To benefit at-risk students and laboratory research, universities should say open… responsibly, I argued in last week’s column.

Talk on KCUR's "Up to Date" about new Elections Security class

I spoke about my new Elections Security class on KCUR's Up to Date earlier this month. It can be streamed here.  My comments start at about 35 minutes into broadcast.

Podcast: Kansas primary results

I joined colleagues Bob Beatty and Patrick Miller for this recent podcast on the Kansas primary election results:

Is the preference for chaos rational?

The spread of fake news appears to be driven in part by a preference for chaos.  Is that a rational decision?  I asked this in a recent MPSA blog post.

Kansas is pulled in opposite directions on Medicaid expansion

The passage of Medicaid expansion along Kansas’ most-populated border, and the victory of conservatives over moderates in the primaries means that the state is being pulled in opposite direction on Medicaid expansion, I wrote in last week's column.

COVID, backlash and the future of the online university

Yes, online college is here to stay, but it won’t be replacing the face-to-face classroom, I wrote  in last week’s column.