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* Newspaper and Magazine Articles * Op-Eds * Editorials & Letters*

* Presentations and Scholarly Publications *

Newspaper and Magazine Articles


James W. Hikins, "Rhetoric and the Human Dimensions of Disaster: An Overlooked Lesson from the Gulf Oil Spill," Huffington Post, July 8, 2010. [Hikins lauds UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) initiative and the capacity of "intellectuals entrepreneurs" to provide a new type of expertise requisite to solving society's serious problems.]

James W. Hikins, "Technical Focus Overlooks The Human Toll of Disaster: Language Can Mitigate the Effects of a Calamity," Houston Chronicle, July 15, 2010.

"University of Oregon President Richard Lariviere Endorses IE" [Lariviere encourages the investigation of intellectual entrepreneurship by other universities.]

J.D. Meyer, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship at the University of Texas at Austin--An Answer to Industry Growth Initiative Strategy #1: Higher Education Consortium," The Daily You, June 15, 2010.

"Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee Endorses IE" [Gee addresses the importance of UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) initiative to the future of higher education.]

Rick Cherwitz, "The Challenge of Creating Engaged Public Research Universities," Planning for Higher Education, 38:4 (July-September), 2010, 61-64.

James Hikins and Richard Cherwitz,"The Engaged University: Where Rhetorical Theory Matters," Journal of Applied Communication Research, 38 (2010), 115-126.

Leslie Blair, "Student Gets Hooked on East Austin Blues History," UT Know, April 12, 2010. [IE Interpreting the Texas Past student's work spotlighted; excerpts taken from his article in Living Blues magazine.]

Jeremy Burchard (for the Editorial Board), "UT Students Must Find Their Passions, Quickly," Daily Texan, March 25, 2010. [Burchard argues that the proposed IE Academic-Community Mentorship offers one positive solution to the enrollment/graduation problem].

James T. Parsons, "It's Time to Reconsider How Lawyers Are Trained: Approach Toward Solving Problems is Far More Useful," Houston Chronicle, March 25, 2010. [Parsons argues that IE's approach to education might help future attorneys focus on problem-solving.]

James T. Parsons, "Should Lawyers Be Trained to Solve Problems," Austin American-Statesman, March 27, 2010.

John Young, "For Students, College is More Than Just a Numbers Game," Austin American-Statesman," March 20, 2010. [Young applauds IE's effort to help students make the most out of their college education, especially those who are underrepresented and first-generation.]

Vicki B. Matustik, "Test-Driving Graduate School: Pre-Graduate School Internship Gives Students a Glimpse Into Journey of Graduate Education" Longhorn Pharmacy Focus, March, 2010. [This article spotlights Pharmacy students who have participated in the IE Pre-Grad Internship.]

Cameron Ingram, "Innovative Learning," Daily Texan, March 10, 2010. [This Op-Ed contends that IE provides an innovative vehicle for improving undergraduate education.]

Rick Cherwitz, "Linking College Academics to Careers," Washington Post, March 3, 2010.

Rick Cherwitz, "Creating Engaged Public Research Universities," Huffington Post, February 22, 2010.

UT Unveils Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) Development Video, February 1, 2010.

Rick Cherwitz, "Better Way to Tie University to a Real Job" Dallas Morning News, January 28, 2010

Rick Cherwitz, "How Can We Help Undergraduates Navigate Education?" Austin American Statesman, January 28, 2010.

Reader Responses

"Intellectual Entrepreneurship Shows Long-Term Positive Outcomes," University of Texas Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 2009 Impact Report. [See pages 60-65]

Roger Gatchet, "Matthew Robinson: Still a Wild Mustang," Living Blues, December 2009. (This article is based on work done as part of Dr. Martha Norkunas' IE Interpreting the Texas Past: African American Texans Oral History Project).

Sarita E. Brown, "Making the Next Generation Our Greatest Resource," The NEA Higher Education Journal, Fall 2009, 151-162. [UT's IE Pre-Graduate Internship Program lauded for its success in growing Latino talent and scholarship.]

Richard Cherwitz, "How Undergraduate Institutions Can Diversify the Graduate Student Body," National Audio Forum, Inside Higher Education, October 21 2009.

Listen to the Forum(mp3)

"Intellectual Entrepreneurship Undergrads Find Their Passion"--UT Austin Video Spotlights IE Pre Grad Internship Program

Jennifer Epstein, "Mentoring, Texas-Style," Inside Higher Ed, September 29, 2009.

Liora Bresler, "University Faculty as Intellectual Entrepreneurs: Vision, Experiential Learning, and Animation," Visual Arts Research, 35 (2009), 12-23. [Bresler builds on the IE concept developed at UT, showing how it can enhance faculty roles and add impact to scholarship, teaching and service.] (pdf)

Dallas Morning News Story Discusses IE Plan to Include Freshmen, August 9, 2009.

Gary Beckman and Richard Cherwitz, Richard, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: An Authentic Foundation for Higher Education Reform," Planning for Higher Education, 37:4 (July-September, 2009), 27-36.

Behnaz Abolmaali, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Gives Undergraduates a Taste of Life as a McCombs Graduate Student," McCombs Today, May 27, 2009

Reprinted in TEXAS: The McCombs School of Business Magazine, Spring/Summer, 2009

Gregory Vincent and Sarita Brown, "Nurturing Latino Educational Opportunities," Austin American-Statesman, May 20, 2009.

UT Home Page Honors Class of 2009 Doctoral Student (and IE Mentor) Rita Stephan [Video includes Rita discussing her participation in the IE Program and footage of her working with her IE undergraduate intern.]

"IE Pre-Grad Intern and Mentor Win at A&M Symposium," Spring 2009.

"Keeper of Untold Stories Closes Book on Work at UT: History Project Spotlights Racism," The Daily Texan, May 11, 2009. [This story features the IE Oral History and Diversity Project and the work of Dr. Martha Norkunas.]

"Success Stories: Two seniors are the first Georgetown Upward Bound participants to graduate from Southwestern," Southwestern, May 5, 2009. [Southwestern University Upward Bound student discusses the importance of her experience in the IE Pre-Grad Internship.]

Veronica Luna and Linda Prieto, "Mentoring Affirmations and Interventions: A Bridge to Graduate School for Latina/o Students," Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, April 2009 (8:2), 213-224. [This article is a report of a study of the IE Pre-Graduate School Internship's unique approach to mentoring.]

Postscript: The Reflections of IE Interns Three Years Later

Johanna Hartelius, "Leaving the Program, Finding the Vision," Entrepreneur the Arts: Innovating Through Artistry, April 27, 2009.

Capitol Hill Showcase Spotlights IE for Accelerating Latino Success in Higher Education, March 26, 2009 (Rayburn Office Building, Washington DC). [NOTE: This event was held in cooperation with U.S. Representative Ruben Hinojosa, Chairman, Subcommittee on Higher Education, Lifelong Learning and Competitiveness.]

Tommy Darwin, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship and New Minds for the Future," Entrepreneur the Arts: Innovating Through Artistry, April 6, 2009.

Jeannie Kever, "Hispanics Travel Rough Road to Higher Education---Ethnic Group is the Fastest Growing, But the Least Likely to Enroll in College," Houston Chronicle, April 5, 2009 (this article spotlights the IE Pre-Graduate School Internship and its impact).

"The Eyes of Texas Are Upon the Future," ALCALDE, March/April, 2009. (This letter spotlights IE's innovative work and its place in UT's Capital Campaign.)

Johnson & Johnson Executive Touts IE as a Philosophy of Innovation for the Post-Crisis World (Boston Globe, February 2, 2009).

Kira Taniguchi, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: A New Educational Philosophy Promoting Discovery, Ownership and Accountability," Our Campus, December 2008, pp. 2-3.

Dustin Stonecipher, "A program to sign up for," Daily Texan, November 26, 2008.

Gary Beckman and Richard Cherwitz, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship as a Platform for Transforming Higher Education," Metropolitan Universities Journal, 19:3 2008, 88-101.

Justin Jefferson, "Housing Projects to Research Projects: How an Undergraduate Internship Helped a Student from the Projects Explore his Love of Science," ALCALDE, November/December 2008.

IE Oral History, Identity and Diversity Project Featured in the Daily Texan, October 24, 2008.

IE Receives "Examples of Excelencia" Award (as top program for graduate institutions in the United States), September 23, 2008.

UT Press Release
IE Excelencia Video
Additional Information

Daily Texan Story
Examples of Excelencia Compendium (.pdf)
Award Ceremony Photo

Michelle D. Anderson, "University of Texas Program Demystifies Graduate School for Minority Students," DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education, September 4, 2008. (The article includes an audio recording from a former IE mentor and current director of the Pre-Grad Internship program.)

Ruby Morúa Olmanson, "Nurture Texas' New Crop of Citizen-Scholars: Mentoring Those from Upwardly Mobile Backgrounds Makes All the Difference," Houston Chronicle, August 10, 2008.

Listen to an audio clip of Ruby (.mp3)

Eleanor Clift, "The 'Process' President: Obama's Cool, Cerebral Style may be Just What We Need," Newsweek, August 8, 2008 [Clift discusses process, comparing Obama's campaign to Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE).]

Justin Jefferson, "A Head Start: How an Undergraduate Internship Helped a Student from the Projects Explore His Love of Science," The Scientist, August, 2008, 25.

Gary Beckman, "Artists as Entrepreneurs," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 7, 2008.

James H. Johnson, Jr. and John D. Kasarda, "Jobs on the Move: Implications for U.S. Higher Education," Planning for Higher Education, 2008, 36(3), 22-33. [IE cited as a philosophy and curriculum that colleges and universities should adopt to prepare students to compete in the 21st-century.]

Justin Jefferson, "Creating a Phalanx of Citizen-Scholars," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, June 11, 2008

Justin Jefferson, "Path to the Future is No Longer Lonely," Austin American-Statesman, June 19, 2008.

Johanna Hartelius and Richard Cherwitz, "Promoting Discovery and Ownership: Graduate Students as Intellectual Entrepreneurs," Getting the Most from Your Graduate Education in Communication: A Student's Handbook, 2008, pp. 83-95.

IE/ITP "African Americans in Austin before 1865" Online Exhibit Spotlighted by the City of Austin (Parks & Recreation Department), April 2008

Avrel Seale, "Why Am I Here?" ALCALDE, March/April, 2008 (IE lauded for its interdisciplinary initiatives that engage society) (.pdf)

Exploring All the Options: With Help of Mentors, Students Find New Paths to Graduate School

IE Consortium Spotlighted in UT's Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) 2008 Impact Report

Grad Students from Four UT Colleges Win 2008 IE/Interpreting the Texas Past Fellowships

UT's Office of Development Spotlights IE $50 Million Capital Campaign

"The Rise of the Citizen-Scholar: IE Pushes Students to the Next Level," Chronicle of Higher Education, February, 2008.

UT's IE Consortium Featured in a Five-Year Study on Doctoral Education undertaken by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, The Formation of Scholars: Rethinking Doctoral Education for the Twenty-First Century (2008: Jossey-Bass).

Ralph K. M Haurwitz, "UT mentoring project to aim for $50 million: Introduction to graduate study is popular among minorities" Austin American-Statesman, December 24, 2007.

In 2007, IE Pre-Grad Internship Named one of the "Examples of Excelencia: What Works for Latino Students in Higher Education."

Letter to UT President William Powers (.pdf)

Liora Bresler (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), "Social/Intellectual Entrepreneurship in Academe." (.ppt download) The Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Inspiring and Developing Enterprising People: Entrepreneurship and Global Impact Conference, October 4, 2007.

Fortune (Small Business) Magazine Names UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship Consortium One of Nation's Best Cross-Pollination Programs (September 2007)

UT WEB Feature Story Spotlights IE Oral History and Diversity Project.

Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) Blue-Ribbon Advisory Committee Spotlights IE's Success in a 2007 Report to Congress on "Graduate Education: The Backbone of American Competitiveness and Innovation."

Richard A. Cherwitz, From the Student Up: Re-imagining Undergraduate Education through an Experiment in 'Intellectual Entrepreneurship,' University Business, April 2007.

Jessica Sondergroth, "Professor Promotes Mentoring," Daily Texan, April 3, 2007.

Historian W. Barksdale Maynard Singles Out UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) Initiative as an Effort to Re-instill Woodrow Wilson's "In the Nation's Service" Vision, Johns Hopkins Magazine, September, 2007.

Cherwitz, Richard and Hurtado, Ana Lucia. "Interns as Intellectual Entrepreneurs." Academe, 93:1 (January/February, 2007).

Hurtado, Ana Lucia. "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Improving Education and Increasing Diversity." Change, January/February, 2007, pp 48-50.

Excerpted in On Campus, March 2007 (page 6).

Cherwitz, Richard and Hartelius, Johanna. "Making a Great 'Engaged' University Requires Rhetoric." Fixing the Fragmented Public University: Decentralization With Direction, Joseph Burke, Ed. (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2007), pp. 265-288.

Review by Clifton Conrad (University of Wisconsin), The Review of Higher Education, Fall 2008

Gibb, Allan and Paul Hannon, "Toward an Entrepreneurial University." International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 2007

Texas Alumni Magazine (ALCALDE Nov/Dec 2006) Features the IE Internship and Proposed Mentorship Course as Part of UT's Undergraduate Curricular Reform

Texas Parents Association Magazine (Fall 2006) Spotlights IE Pre-Grad Internship

Cherwitz, Richard. "Academic Entrepreneurship." The Daily Texan, August 25, 2006.

Cherwitz, Richard and Beckman, Gary. "Re-envisioning the Arts Ph.D.: Intellectual Entrepreneurship and the Intellectual Arts Leader." Arts Education Policy Review, 107:4 (2006), 13-20.

Association of American Colleges and Universities Spotlights IE Consortium as a "Diversity Innovation"

IE Pre-Grad Internship's Impact on Diversity Featured by U.S. News and World Report, June 19, 2006.

UT Press Clippings

IE Director's Commentary on Reforming Doctoral Education, January 17, 2006

Renowned Scientist Embraces Intellectual Entrepreneurship

UT's Entrepreneurial Approach to Graduate Education Spotlighted in a New Report Issued by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Cherwitz, Richard. "A New Social Compact Demands Real Change: Connecting the University to the Community," Change, November/December 2005, 48-49.

Hurtado, Ana Lucia. "Don't limit education to the classroom." Dallas Morning News, August 13, 2005.

A version of this OpEd, "Learning Beyond Classrooms," was published in the August 25, 2005 issue of the Austin American-Statesman.
A version of this essay, "Beyond the Classroom," was published in the November/December, 2005 issue of Alcalde.

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy's Argus Commission Draws on IE in Making Recommendations.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Creating a Culture of Intellectual Entrepreneurship." Academe, 91:5 (July/August, 2005).

David Spencer Mathis Responds to the IE "Citizen-Scholar" Essays, ALCALDE, July/August, 2005, 4.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Intellectual Entrepreneurship and Diversity." University Business, July 2005.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Intellectual Entrepreneurship Boosts Minority Scholars." Tallahassee Democrat, June 25, 2005.

UT Press Clippings--IE Featured in the Washington Post

Hildebrand, David. "Academics Are Intellectual Entrepreneurs." Peer Review, Spring 2005.

Raspberry, William, "Filling the Racial Gap in Academia," Washington Post, May 31, 2005.

2005-2006 IE "Interpreting the Texas Past" Scholar-in-Residence Awarded

Hildebrand, David. "Why Higher Education Deserves Your Support." Austin American-Statesman, April 20, 2005.

Bloomfield, Victor. "Civic Engagement and Graduate Education." Communicator, 38:8 (April, 2005).

Cherwitz, Richard. "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: The New Social Compact." Inside , March 9, 2005.

Robert Weisbuch and Paul Hobby Respond to the IE "Citizen-Scholar" essays, ALCALDE, March/April, 2005, 5-6.

IE Director Wins Contribution to Graduate Education Award, Austin American-Statesman, January 11, 2005.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Citizen Scholars: Research Universities Must Strive for Academic Engagement." The Scientist, 19:1 (January 17, 2005), 10.

Letter to the Editor, The Scientist, February 28, 2005

Cherwitz, Rick, Ed., "Citizen-Scholar" (a collection of essays by distinguished university and community figures), ALCALDE, January/February, 2005, 51-60.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Diversifying Graduate Education: The Promise of Intellectual Entrepreneurship." Journal of Hispanic Higher Education Vol 4, No. 1 (January, 2005), 19-33.

Tim Green, "Academic Engagement Project's Enterprising Goal is to Gather Stakeholders to Tackle Thorny Issue," Vice President For Research Web Site, The University of Texas at Austin.

IE included in the "Best Practices Mentoring Program," U.S. Department of Education Charter School Dissemination Grant, 2005.

US News and World Report 2005 Best Graduate Schools Issue Features IE Program and Student

Cherwitz, Richard and Darwin, Thomas. "Crisis as Opportunity: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Productivity in Higher Education." Enhancing Productivity in Higher Education Judith E. Miller and James Groccia, Eds (Anker Publishing Company), 2005.

University of North Carolina Convocation Speaker Calls for Intellectual Entrepreneurship, The News & Observer, October 24, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Toward an Academically Engaged Academy." Footnotes (American Sociological Association), 32 (September/October, 2004), 16-17.

Guerra, Carlos. "Here is one approach for making more minority scholars," San Antonio Express News, September 28, 2004.

Nelson, Paul. "Civic Engagement and Scholarship: Implications for Graduate Education in Psychology." American Psychological Association Directorate, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "A Quest to Get Scholars Engaged in Community." The Austin American Statesman, August 16, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Capitalizing on Unintended Consequences: Lessons on Diversity From Texas." Peer Review Volume 6, No. 3 (2004), 33-35.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Grad School Diversity is the Next Goal." The San Antonio Express-News, August 12, 2004.

Larissa Hall, "Internships Seek to Increase Diversity at Graduate Level," On Campus, May 5, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard and Sievers, Julie. "All History is Local: UT Historians Take History Back to Where it Happened." ALCALDE, May/June, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Rethinking the Whole University." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 23, 2004.

Texas Innovator (April 2004), a Publication of the State Comptroller's Office, Spotlights IE Program

Austin American-Statesman Highlights IE Director's Yale Diversity Lecture and the Program's Recent National Attention, April 13, 2004 (Daily Texan Story, April 15, 2004)

Cherwitz, Richard and Alvarado-Boyd, Susan. "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Educational Vision and Recruitment Strategy." Journal for Higher Education Strategists 2:1 (Spring, 2004), 57-65.

Cherwitz, Richard and Sievers, Julie. "Historians as Intellectual Entrepreneurs: Citizen-Scholars Build Bridge Between University and Community." American Studies Association Newsletter, March, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. “A Call for Academic and Civic Engagement.” ALCALDE, January/February, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. “To Diversity…and Beyond.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, January 12, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. “Capitalizing on Unintended Consequences: Lessons on Diversity From Texas.” Peer Review Spring 2004.

Cherwitz Richard and Alvarado-Boyd, Susan. “Intellectual Entrepreneurship: A New Approach to Increasing Diversity in Graduate School.” College & University Journal, 79:3 (2004) 37-39.

Kleiner, Sarah. "Program Addresses Minority Numbers: Mentors Help Show Undergrads Benefits of Graduate School," Daily Texan, December 3, 2003.

Cherwitz, Richard. “Universities Must Operate Within Society.” The Austin American-Statesman, October 11, 2003.

Cherwitz Richard and Alvarado-Boyd, Susan. “Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Successfully Engaging Hearts, Minds in Graduate Education.” Black Issues in Higher Education, October 9, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz and Susan Alvarado Boyd, "Increasing diversity by engaging hearts, minds," Austin American-Statesman, September 6, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, "The Real Problem of Diversity in Graduate Education," Austin American-Statesman, July 22, 2003.

Abe Louise Young, "The Project in Interpreting the Texas Past," The Austin Chronicle, July 4, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "Ethical Commitments, Professional Visions, and Intellectual Choices: Students Call for Changes in Graduate Education," Communicator, July, 2003

"Two IE Faculty Receive Academic Innovation Awards"

JunJay Tan, "Graduate Program Offers Opportunities: Students given chance to realize potential as professionals," Daily Texan, July 2, 2003

Vive Griffith, "Emergency Room Remedies: Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Enables Grad Students to Apply Academic Expertise to Complex Community Problems," UT Web Feature Story, June, 2003

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "Creating Classrooms Without Walls," Austin American-Statesman, May 19, 2003

Sarah Rodriguez, "Preparing Future Faculty," ALCALDE, May/June, 2003.

Rachel Hartigan Shea, "A God in Ruins," America's Best Graduate Schools 2004 (US News), April, 2003. [This story spotlights Theatre doctoral candidate Jane Barnette's experience with IE.]

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "On Stage, Among the Trees: Scholars are Changing Research, Lives with Community Collaboration," Austin American-Statesman, March 16, 2003.

Sarah Rodriguez, "Diversity Matters," ALCALDE January/February, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "History in the Making: 'Citizen-Scholars' Build Bridge Between Yesterday, Today," Austin American-Statesman, December 30, 2002.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "In UT Program, 'Citizen-Scholars' Put Knowledge to Work," Austin American-Statesman, December 1, 2002.

Alice Chu, "The Value of 'Learning Backwards' in Higher Education," Anthropology News, 43 (9) December, 2002.

Richard Cherwitz and Charlotte Sullivan, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Vision for Graduate Education," Change, November/December, 2002.

Richard Cherwitz and Teresa Sullivan, "Postdocs as Intellectual Entrepreneurs," Science's Next Wave, September 13, 2002.

Alice Chu, "Higher Education Producing 'Citizen-Scholars'," On Campus, May 10, 2002.

Erik Rodriguez, "Graduate Education for the Real World," Austin American Statesman, June 3, 2002.

Alice Chu and R. Scott Evans, "The Value of 'Learning Backward,'" Science's , May 31, 2002.

Laura Grund, "Graduate Students Discovering New Opportunities Through IE Program," On Campus, March 1, 2002.

Ellen Fussell, "Transcending the Ivory Tower," InTech, March 4, 2002.

Richard Cherwitz, Thomas Darwin and Laura Grund, "Citizen-Scholars Taking Action in Aftermath of September 11," ALCALDE, January/February 2002.

"The Citizen-Scholar: Collaboration, Discovery, Action," Texas Tribute, Fall/Winter 2001.

Richard Cherwitz, Thomas Darwin and Laura Grund, "Graduate Education as Intellectual Entrepreneurship: University of Texas 'Citizen-Scholars' Taking Action in the Aftermath of September 11," Communicator, December 2001.

Richard Cherwitz, Thomas Darwin and Laura Grund, "Learning to be a Citizen-Scholar," Chronicle of Higher Education, December 3, 2001.

Laura Grund, "The Collective Wisdom of Citizen-Scholars: University of Texas at Austin Graduate Students Empowered in Wake of Sept. 11 Tragedy," On Campus, October 25, 2001.

Sarah Shipley, "Graduate Program Helps Solve Local Problems," Daily Texan, September 27, 2001.

Laura Grund, "UT Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Promotes Social Change Via 'Synergy Groups'; Program Educates Students to be Citizen-Scholars Through Collaborative Partnerships," On Campus, June 27, 2001.

Alka Agrawal, "The All-Important Research Talk: Learning How to Do It," Science's Next Wave, June 1, 2001.

Christopher Shea, "UT Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Cited in the Washington Post," May 13, 2001.

Kate Devine, "Developing Intellectual Entrepreneurship," The Scientist, March 5, 2001.

Robert Weisbuch, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: The New Academic Spirit," On Campus, February 27, 2001.

Laura Grund, "UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Producing 'Citizen-Scholars' Worldwide," On Campus, February 27, 2001.

"UT Grad School Preparing Students to Teach," Dallas Morning News, January 22, 2001.

"Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Lauds UT Program as Best in the Country, Daily Texan, January 18, 2001.

"UT Humanities Institute Echoes Graduate School Citizen-Scholar Theme," Austin American-Statesman, January 16, 2001 (Editorial by Evan Carton).

Laura Grund, "Graduate Students Work Across Disciplines as Part of Cutting-Edge Portfolio Program at UT Austin," On Campus, November 16, 2000.

Lily Whiteman, "Wanted: Articulate Scientists," and "Signs of Intelligible Life," Science's Next Wave, November 10 and 24, 2000.

Laura Grund, "UT Austin Joins Distinguished Educational Leaders at Conference on Linking Academics with Society," On Campus, October 17, 2000.

Patrick Badgley, "UT Graduate Program Wins Top Fellowship," Daily Texan, August 14, 2000.

Sharan Daniel and Kim Upham, "Woodrow Wilson Foundation Echoes UT Graduate School Professional Development Themes," On Campus, July 27, 2000.

Patrick Badgley, "UT Program Teaches Practical Career Skills: Graduate 'Citizen Scholars' Model Gains Attention," Daily Texan, July 14, 2000.

"Council of Graduate Schools President highlights UT's Graduate Professional Development Program in Conference Presentation," February 20, 2000.

Juan Alanis, Jr., "Doctoral Students Urged to Find Non-Academic Employment," Daily Texan, March 23, 2000.

Mark Sincell, "New Program Helps with Professional Development," Science's Next Wave, January 7, 2000.

Peter Partheymuller, "Plain English 101: Professional Development Program Aims to Improve Communication Skills and Job Opportunities," Texas Alcalde, January/February 2000

Kimberly Garcia, "Project PhD: More Community Colleges Snagging Professors with Doctorates" Community College Week, January 2000

Michael Erard, "Ivory Tower: Pimping a Ph.D.," Salon, December 13, 1999

Pew Charitable Trusts Laud UT's Professional Development Program, Trust, Fall 1999

Stefanie Sanford, "The Grad School Survey," HMS Beagle: The BioMedNet Magazine, December 10, 1999

"PhDs More Employable," Science's Next Wave, December 3, 1999

Sharan Daniel, "National Discussion on Graduate Education Opens at UT," On Campus, December 2, 1999

Kendall Anderson, "UT Grad Program Offers Look at Life Outside Ivory Towers: Students Learn About Nonacademic Opportunities," Dallas Morning News, November 28, 1999

Stefanie Sanford, "Educating Educators in the Information Age," Converge, December, 1999

Alexi Baker, Survey Released at UT Because of Innovative Professional Development Program, Daily Texan, November 15, 1999

Angela Shah, "University classes are helping doctoral students make the transition to teaching," Austin American-Statesman, October 20, 1999

Courtney Leatherman, "A University Decides That It's Ph.D.'s Should be Able to Talk to Average Joes: Texas offers for-credit courses to graduate students in communicating with the public," Chronicle of Higher Education, October 8, 1999

Sharan Daniel, "Seminar prepares graduate students for life after UT," On Campus, October 12, 1999

Rebecca Bycott, "More Than an Elective: Professional development courses endow graduate students with tools for success," Cactus 1999

Chris Oliver, "Program Boosts Life Skills", Daily Texan, June 21, 1999

Angela Shah, "Degrees of Difficulty: Jobs inside academia are scarce, and UT program aims to help," Austin American Statesman, May 24, 1999

Stefanie Sanford, "Dissertation workshop helps graduate students succeed," On Campus, March 12, 1999

Wendy Erisman, "Is There Life After Graduate School?" Graduate Student Assembly Newsletter, Vol. 4 Number 2 (Spring, 1999)

"Partnerships Pair UT Doctoral Students with Faculty," St. Edward's University News, Winter 1999

Mary Ann Roser, "UT students learn to cut the jargon: Graduate program teaches academics how to speak, write in plain English," Austin American-Statesman, December 7, 1998

Melissa Mason, "Speak to Me: Students, "TAs Battle Language Deficiencies," Daily Texan, September 28, 1998

Ed Mahon, "Grad Student Event Focuses on Job Search," Daily Texan, September 28, 1998

Erika Allen, "Office of Graduate Studies offers array of programs," On Campus, May 14, 1998

Benjamin Shults, "Mentoring Programs: UT's Preparing Future Faculty," Science's Next Wave, Spring 1998

Op-Eds

Cherwitz, Richard. "A Quest to Get Scholars Engaged in Community." The Austin American Statesman, August 16, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Grad School Diversity is the Next Goal." The San Antonio Express-News, August 12, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. "Rethinking the Whole University." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 23, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. “A Call for Academic and Civic Engagement.” ALCALDE, January/February, 2004.

Cherwitz, Richard. “Universities Must Operate Within Society.” The Austin American-Statesman, October 11, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, "The Real Problem of Diversity in Graduate Education," Austin American-Statesman, July 22, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "Creating Classrooms Without Walls," Austin American-Statesman, May 19, 2003

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "On Stage, Among the Trees: Scholars are Changing Research, Lives with Community Collaboration," Austin American-Statesman, March 16, 2003.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "History in the Making: 'Citizen-Scholars' Build Bridge Between Yesterday, Today," Austin American-Statesman, December 30, 2002.

Richard Cherwitz, Sarah Rodriguez and Julie Sievers, "In UT Program, 'Citizen-Scholars' Put Knowledge to Work," Austin American-Statesman, December 1, 2002

Richard Cherwitz and Sharan Daniel, "This Tower Ain't Ivory," On Campus, July 27, 2000

Richard Cherwitz and Stefanie Sanford, "The Technological Revolution and Higher Education," Austin American-Statesman, September 18, 1999

Richard Cherwitz and Stefanie Sanford, "The Impact of Hopwood on Graduate Education--Curse AND Blessing?" Austin American Statesman, May 24, 1999

Richard Cherwitz and Teresa Sullivan, "From Preparing Future Faculty to Full Service Professional Development: A Success Story at The University of Texas at Austin," Communicator, May 1999

Richard Cherwitz and Stefanie Sanford, "Creating Wisdom from Information," Austin American-Statesman, January 24, 1999

Editorials and Letters

Guerra, Carlos. "Here is one approach for making more minority scholars," San Antonio Express News, September 28, 2004.

Marian Barber, "Clarifying IE Internship," Daily Texan, December 8, 2003

Melba Vasquez, "A Promising Philosophy, Austin American Statesman, September 15, 2003

Richard Cherwitz, "Letter to the Editor," Chronicle of Higher Education, March 15, 2002

Richard Cherwitz, "IE Enron-free," Daily Texan, January 17, 2002

Theresa Stewart, "Teaching Professors How to Teach," Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2, 2001

Richard Cherwitz, "Letter to the Editor," Trust, Winter, 2000

Editorial Staff, "Plain English, please," Austin American-Statesman, December 8, 1998

Cecily Sailer, Associate Editor, "Professional Development," Daily Texan, October 11, 1999

"Know your TA," Daily Texan, October 2, 1998

Presentations and Scholarly Publications

IE Pre-Grad Intern (Justin Jefferson, Natural Sciences) and Grad Mentor (Deena Walker, Pharmacy/Neuroscience) are Featured Speakers at UT's "Gone To Texas," August 26, 2008.

Sharman Pretty, "Designing Context - A View from the Edge," in Enhancing Curricula: Contributing to the Future, Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Disciplines of Art, Design and Communication, Allan Davies, editor (2007).[This chapter illustrates how IE is being used to change the curriculum at the National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI) at The University of Auckland.]

Cherwitz, Richard and Darwin, Thomas. "Crisis as Opportunity: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Productivity in Higher Education." Enhancing Productivity in Higher Education Judith E. Miller and James Groccia, Eds (Anker Publishing Company), 2005.

Richard A. Cherwitz, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship and Diversity: Capitalizing on Unintended Consequences," Presentation to the Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity in Graduate Education, April 24, 2004.

Cherwitz Richard and Alvarado-Boyd, Susan. “Intellectual Entrepreneurship: A New Approach to Increasing Diversity in Graduate School.” College & University Journal, 79:3 (2004) 37-39.

Cherwitz, Richard. “Capitalizing on Unintended Consequences: Lessons on Diversity From Texas.” Peer Review Spring 2004.

Richard A. Cherwitz and Charlotte Sullivan, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: A Vision for Graduate Education." Change, (November/December, 2002)

Richard Cherwitz and Sharan Daniel, "Rhetoric as Professional Development and Vice Versa." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory (Winter, 2003)

Richard Cherwitz, Charlotte Sullivan and Theresa Stewart, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship and Outreach: Uniting Expertise and Passion." Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, (Winter, 2002).

Richard A. Cherwitz and Thomas J. Darwin, "Intellectual Entrepreneurship: The New Academic Spirit," Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education, September 22, 2001.

Richard A. Cherwitz and Sharan Daniel, "Rhetoric as Professional Development and Vice Versa," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Seattle, November 12, 2000.

JoyLynn Reed, "Discovering the Engaged Discipline: The University of Texas Graduate School Professional Development Program," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Seattle, November 12, 2000.

Leslie Jarmon, "Beyond Our Comfort Zone: Twenty Countries/Fifty Majors," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Seattle, November 12, 2000.

Thomas Darwin, "Professional Development as Intellectual Opportunity," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Seattle, November 12, 2000.

Richard A. Cherwitz, "Comments to a Group of Graduate Deans and Faculty Invited by the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation to Participate in a Discussion about Re-envisioning the Ph.D.," Princeton, New Jersey, June 20, 2000

Richard A. Cherwitz, "UT's Rhetorical Approach to Professional Development: Educating Citizen-Scholars for the Twenty First Century," Presentation to the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools, February 19, 2000

Richard A. Cherwitz, Introductory Remarks at the University's Panel Discussion on "Academics and Professionalism: Responsibilities for Graduate Students' Career Preparation," November 12, 1999

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