At two universities, professors say administrators are changing the rules in ways that take away faculty power -- at one campus over raising grievance and at the other over intellectual property.
Is it time for the American Philosophical Association to be euthanized? A philosopher appointed to a committee to look into the organization’s future asks the provocative question.
Isabel Wilkerson, prizewinning author, decided she didn't have time for her course at Boston U., so she left. The dean is sympathetic, but students aren't.
Professors at New Jersey Institute of Technology say speed doesn't justify ignoring the faculty role in selecting a president.
The New Faculty Majority, representing professors off the tenure track, gathers for first-ever summit.
Administrators at conference of deans use role play to consider scenarios they face on their campuses.
It starts with "ass" -- but get your head out of the gutter; it's not what you think. Still, some deans suggest avoiding the word around professors.
Educators consider how to teach college students to be good citizens -- within a range of academic programs.
Could a Twitter-type approach by faculty members give prospective students more reliable information than they find on RateMyProfessors.com?
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