Law school officials reveal to sociologists how U.S. News influences their decision making -- not necessarily for the better.
A discipline finds that -- unlike much of higher education -- it is not increasing its reliance on adjuncts, but is seeing the permanent faculty's teaching load go up.
New research finds that end of test requirement leads to more diversity of race, ethnicity and socioeconomic diversity. Impact would grow if more colleges didn't just make test optional, but ignored scores entirely.
Arizona lecturer quits as university is pressured to fire her over comments she posted on a conservative blogger's site.
Announcements of openings are down 23 percent over last two years, although searches that don't designate a rank are up.
To scholars of rural communities, the elimination of a department at Washington State U. raises questions about sociology, land grant universities, and priorities.
UC Santa Barbara ends investigation into professor over his message to students comparing Israelis and Nazis. Debate over academic freedom continues.
More and more departments in the discipline are using external exams to measure student learning, a new report says.
House rejects attempts to bar NSF grants whose titles were mocked by Republican lawmakers.
Sociology association finds that despite publicity on canceled searches, most were completed. Odds were better at bachelor's institutions than research universities.
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