Indiana State, citing accreditor's demand to end low-enrollment programs, draws criticism with its recommended choices.
William & Mary imposes outside chair on department. Is the college protecting junior faculty or punishing dissent?
Political scientist gets ready to end long career at Marquette to start a new university dedicated to the ideas of the 13th century thinker.
Essay prompts debate over paucity of women in top departments and in the pages of top journals.
A philosophy professor at McGill University requires a perfect score to continue class on Plato -- and students complain. Prisoners chained in a cave?
Retired philosopher and Pittsburgh provost Rudolph Weingartner's book examines liberal education, the life of the student and the nature of teaching.
Philosophers consider implications of requiring applicants to be members of Phi Beta Kappa.
Philosophers discuss how to adopt technologies that could improve individualized instruction and upend the way scholars publish their work.
Authors of "Basketball and Philosophy" expound on what makes the sport ripe for analytical discussion, and what to make of Indiana University's coaching turmoil.
Syracuse professor takes a firm stance against what he views as disrespect. But his identification of students' ethnicity has some accusing him of rudeness.
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