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Apr 24, 2019
University of South Carolina hears from students and professors after a presidential search committee -- one that's mostly male -- proposes four finalists who are all male, three of them white.

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"The Next Generation of Students" is a new compilation of articles from Inside Higher Ed. You may download a free copy here.

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Archive

July 11, 2013

Everyone seems to have a theory as to why humanities majors are disappearing. One doctoral student thinks the trend is due to women's widening career paths. His notion is gaining traction.

July 8, 2013

The law and the logic on which colleges have relied are both becoming harder to defend, writes Stephen T. Asma.

July 8, 2013

Whatever one thinks of current forms of affirmative action, it's time to focus more on economics, writes Matthew Gaertner.

July 8, 2013

Eastman Chemical's lawsuit raises issues about academic and corporate research and conflicts of interest.

July 1, 2013

In wake of Supreme Court ruling, 37 college groups issue declaration on educational value of having a diverse student body.

July 1, 2013

Federal judge's ruling involving community college professor suggests new legal strategy for same-sex couples who work in public higher ed in states that ban gay marriage.

June 28, 2013

Georgia State will test idea that assuring a set percentage of slots on the syllabus for female philosophers will attract more female students to the discipline.

 

June 27, 2013

Rod Smolla sees signs of new limits ahead -- both in this week's decision and in the justices' statements during oral arguments.

June 26, 2013

The day after the Supreme Court justice cited "mismatch" theory to criticize affirmative action, a study is released offering new evidence questioning that analysis.

June 25, 2013

Michael A. Olivas analyzes a ruling in a case he says had no business being before the Supreme Court.

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