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Oberlin once again changes its stance toward Joy Karega, suspending the professor pending an investigation into her remarks on social media.
After an alleged harasser holds on to a powerful academic position, professors try to limit his influence, in part by excluding his work from their syllabi. Is that the right strategy?
Amid declining book sales, university presses search for new ways to measure success.
Why would a faculty member return to the institution that laid her off after 12 years of stellar service, amid broad retrenchment and program cuts? For the U of Southern Maine's new provost, it came down to institutional loyalty and a new president.
Hamilton College's new requirement that all majors incorporate diversity into their curricula sparks debate about what constitutes diversity and where it's best studied.
Academics fact-check the persistent idea, promoted at GOP convention, that liberal professors politically indoctrinate their students.
Should an HBCU founded by black Civil War veterans shutter its history department, against the recommendation of a faculty committee?
With lawsuit seeking the right to keep guns out of their classrooms, three UT Austin professors try to reshape the debate over campus carry.
Vassar professors want to reduce their teaching loads, but some question a new plan to do so at the expense of course offerings.
New study suggests that science dissertations increasingly are research article based, not book-length studies, reflecting the professionalization of the Ph.D.
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