Heidi Fischer (HIED Ph.D. ’21) pens new book with Laura Smithers and Faith Watrous!

“An everyday anecdotal impact focuses on all the ragged edges of college life within a high-impact practice. Anecdotes intervene against the abstraction of data—or the widget—to express its singular shapes and practices. Everyday impacts are transformative but not quite individualized, as the everyday conditions our possible individualized outcomes. The everyday creates the set of possibilities for the beings we might one day become. A conception of high-impact practices through anecdotes, the stuff of an impasse, carries this significance: anecdotes are narrations of campus practices that feed and exceed the metrics that come to represent their value.”

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