A restructuring plan at National Louis University will shut entire departments and eliminate faculty and staff jobs.
Should college faculties ever vote to take collective stands on political issues? A debate at William Mitchell raises the question.
UCLA faculty rejected the idea in a 2004 vote. Will they approve a plan around "community and conflict"?
Nearly 30 percent of the operating budget of the Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University comes from money donated by faculty members.
Arizona official who helped bar Mexican-American studies from a school district now turns to the University of Arizona.
UCLA finds that a professor inappropriately included on a course website a link to a site promoting a boycott of Israel.
Two new efforts are under way to gather salary data on on adjuncts and grad students. Will crowdsourcing have influence when traditional data are missing?
U.S. appeals court says U. of Oregon may have retaliated against former doctoral student who alleged sex bias in her graduate program; ruling could reshape balance of power between professors and grad students.
Organizers say that they have enough support for collective bargaining at another research university.
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