Lawsuit charges San Francisco State allowed anti-Jewish discrimination, not intervening when events were disrupted, and that some students feel scared to walk around campus.
American U scholar says provost cherry-picked negative student ratings of her teaching to deny her a promotion
Survey of advancement officers finds that they visit with potential donors less than they believe they should, and are evaluated on inputs rather than outcomes.
California Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal from alumni trying to block admission of women. Could six years of litigation be nearing an end?
Survey of undergraduates finds that nearly half have paid bribes and almost all admitted to cheating on exams.


In the end, argues Christopher Leise, the questions should not have turned to “Who is right here?” but rather, “Who is white here?”

Career Advice

We finally have a handbook that has writers thinking more critically about citation than we ever have before, writes Peter Wayne Moe.


Technology and Learning

June 28, 2017
Looking for campus IT leadership clues on an unhurried train trip.

Call to Action: Marketing and Communications in Higher Education

June 27, 2017
Three ways to better integrate social efforts across your team, process, and strategy.

Just Visiting

June 25, 2017
Rather than teaching students to fail, I want them to learn to define their own personal rules for the game.

The World View

June 25, 2017
The reasons why the world, especially Africa, would be well served to ignore the rankings are numerous. 

Law, Policy -- and IT?

June 25, 2017
Read this piece on AI.  

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