Analysis looks at how some universities benefit from "secondary academic affiliations."
A math scholar at Ohio State University finds a path to the tenure track with massive open online courses.
Terry McGlynn reflects on turning down those who applied for two openings in searches he led, and those who didn't apply to a teaching-oriented institution.
When visiting preachers questioned students' values and called evolution a lie, an anthropologist decided to argue back.
Sarah Demers tried (and failed) to teach a new card game to her family. She's the one who ended up learning something -- about when lectures aren't the right approach.
Since the recession, undergraduate enrollments have gone up dramatically, but primarily in engineering and biology and not at expense of humanities and social sciences, study finds.
Colleges and universities can't leave it to chance -- they must deliberately change a culture that often encourages female researchers to become isolated in their jobs, write Santa Ono and Valerie Gray Hardcastle.
Divided federal appeals court backs Miami U. in tenure dispute that related in part to a chair's rejection of external reviewers from historically black colleges.
Should a science-oriented university have graduation speakers who promote the idea that evolution is false?
Eric V. Patridge considers the issues facing a gay scientist starting a career in academe.
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