Professor's case against a seminary challenges the use of "ecclesiastical abstention" to limit rights of faculty members to sue.
Republican operative's perceived effort to muzzle prominent professor complicates already fragile situation surrounding public higher education in the state.
Federal judge rejects lawsuit by Turkish group against U. of Minnesota for one of its research centers having declared the organization's material "unreliable."
In response to politician's request for faculty member's e-mails, university releases some but strongly backs academic freedom.
When allegations of research misconduct -- both true and “truthy” -- can spread more quickly than ever, should academe respond slowly and deliberately?
U.S. appeals court rejects idea -- adopted by several lower courts -- that a 2006 Supreme Court ruling limited the rights of public higher ed faculty.
Librarians at a Texas community college district chafe as new hires are deemed professional staff instead of faculty.
Statement by leaders of AAUP and American Jewish Committee calls for more precision in distinguishing between criticism and bigotry.
Three days after conservative blogger posted videos of a course, an instructor is no longer employed -- even as university finds that statements were "distorted."
After trustee calls Tony Kushner anti-Israel, CUNY board blocks John Jay College from giving him honorary degree.
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