American Sociological Association tries to figure out the gender choices members should get to categorize themselves -- and the process is far from simple.
The market for new Ph.D.s is on the upswing, although specialties don't always match what search committees are looking for.
Departments are offering online courses and making use of new tools for teaching, survey finds.
Are only 10 percent of students finishing courses? It depends on how you count.
The study of bicycles -- which once existed only in the context of transportation planning and engineering -- is emerging in classes in many disciplines devoted to the two-wheeled vehicles.
Number of faculty job openings posted in 2011 was nearly as high as 2008 total.
To improve our reach, academics must make our writings both more available and public-friendlier, writes Nathan Jurgenson.
Arizona State student thinks he may have created a safe alternative to online gambling sites. Some gaming experts aren't so sure.
Students might not be the "multitasking slackers" some believe them to be, according to a new study.
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