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Controversial article argues digital humanities scholars are -- intentionally or not -- leading a "neoliberal takeover" of colleges and universities.
Study finds those with graduate education not only lean more to the left than do other Americans, but have done so increasingly in the last two decades.
Taxpayers in California and San Francisco helped City College sort out its accreditation crisis and loss of a third of its students. But the new money runs dry soon, and faculty plan strike next week over brewing budget fight.
A lawsuit against the American Studies Association argues its support for the academic boycott of Israel falls outside the scope of its mission.
Report on the future of online education stresses central role of faculty members and instructional designers.
Students and faculty members fear the president they admire, who has focused on liberal arts and moved away from hostility toward gay people, may be ousted.
Colleges lose series of rulings in suits brought by male students accused of sex assault. In stinging decisions, judges fault lack of due process.
New study suggests colleges with female presidents are more likely than other institutions to have a greater share of humanities professors who are women.
Professor pay was up 3.4 percent this year, according to AAUP's annual faculty salary survey.
New study suggests that narcissistic business students thrive under narcissistic professors, while less narcissistic students suffer, to the detriment of all.
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