Faculty and students are concerned about the confidential process used to hire Representative Bill Johnson, who has disputed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The authors of a new paper make recommendations for reducing scientific censorship by improving transparency in the publication of academic research.
Negotiations next spring will address state authorization and the definition of distance education but won’t consider use of third-party servicers.
Rather than hosting office hours one-on-one in a faculty member’s office, Virginia Commonwealth University organizes gatherings for multiple faculty members in a common space, making the experience more welcoming to students.
The School of Social Work partnered with Carolina Housing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to provide wellness care to residential undergraduate students.
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For first-generation students as well as their peers, professors can break down barriers to allow students to excel, writes Pola Ham, an assistant professor of occupational therapy.
A conversation with the director of the Andison Center for Teaching Excellence at Alma College about higher ed in 2060.
When a unit becomes dysfunctional, leaders may recognize the problem but not know where to begin to resolve it, write Jacob J. Ryder, C. K. Gunsalus, Elizabeth A. Luckman and Nicholas C. Burbules, who offer specific approaches that can help.
Evan Morris, a professor of radiology and biomedical imaging at Yale University, explains why campus leaders should make strong statements.
Reducing prejudice brings many benefits for society. In today’s Academic Minute, Gettysburg College’s Alauna Safarpour considers how we go about doing so.
Next time you’re in your garden, think Greek. In today’s Academic Minute, Tufts University’s Marie-Claire Beaulieu explores the mythology present in this space.
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