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What happens when scholars discuss potentially controversial ideas outside the "bubbles" of their disciplines and academe?
Professor whose comment on white male students set off viral debate wishes her statements had "nuance and complexity" and pledges "inclusive learning environment."
When a Polk State professor found himself accused of being anti-Christian, the college's leaders answered back -- and said he was entitled to academic freedom.
Duke punishes, but lets return to campus, the student who placed a noose on a tree. In student's apology, he claims ignorance of the meaning of a noose -- an explanation that only some on campus accept.
Though protected by the First Amendment, protests involving stepping on the American flag create furors at colleges.
Hiring faculty around interdisciplinary themes appears to have a positive impact on diversity and scholarship, report finds.
McMaster U addresses gender pay gap by giving $3,500 raises to female faculty members.
George Washington U is taking action against Jewish student who posted a symbol he brought back from India. Other campuses are accused of not doing enough about the hateful use of the image.
Colleges whose commencement speaker picks drew protests last year have opted to invite less controversial figures for this year's ceremonies.
New study suggests STEM hiring favors women over men, in contrast to lots of other research suggesting otherwise. But is there more to the story?
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