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Faculty members at Texas university raise questions about whether they are being monitored after administrators show up in their course rosters.
Losing a faculty member always hurts, but many administrators believe they have little control over whether professors move on. A new effort seeks to provide meaningful data.
Number of bachelor's degrees awarded fell 8.7 percent between 2012 and 2014, study finds.
U of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approves new tenure policies, rejecting a series of proposals that professors said would have protected some of their rights.
Amid concerns that requirements may not mean much to students or professors, Harvard and Duke Universities both look to curricular changes to improve undergraduate education.
Study suggests grad students may outperform faculty members in the classroom and may also benefit from time away from their dissertations.
Overspending or chronically underfunded? Students and faculty at San Francisco State's College of Ethnic Studies say it already struggles to pay basic bills, but the university wants it to rein in spending.
Academic freedom is supposed to protect unpopular views. A case involving an Oberlin professor who claimed that ISIS is really the CIA and Mossad asks whether that freedom extends to falsehoods.
Online group of scholars of planning and geography divided over one professor’s sexist humor – and how others reacted to it.
Dismissal is linked to two incidents -- both videotaped -- in which the professor was involved in protests. Faculty leaders say that board violated due process and university procedures.
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