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Waiting and Planning for a Supreme Court Defeat
Some colleges are quietly talking about how they will respond if the justices, as expected, reject affirmative action—especially if the ruling applies beyond admissions.
Combating Lack of Diversity in STEM: Academic Minute
Alabama Passes Collegiate Trans Athlete Ban
Reproof and Redemption in a Title IX Review
After a string of scandals over California State University leaders’ handling of sexual misconduct allegations, an external review found the system’s Title IX procedures to be “insufficient” and “unreliable.”
Israel vs. Palestine, on Rate My Professors?
Two Jewish math professors say they asked for Zionist programming after seeing Palestinian programming on campus. Now, they suggest someone at the college “leaked” their request, leading to retaliation.
Building Pathways to the Presidency for Women
Pamela L. Eddy explores the combination of factors that must be considered to remove the obstacles.
Tenure Survives in Texas; DEI Offices Do Not
Faculty groups still worry about provisions for dismissal; faculty and student groups oppose the DEI measure.
A Plan to Counter Antisemitism Warns Colleges, ‘OCR Is Watching’
Jewish groups applauded the new federal policy, which they said embraced a controversial definition of antisemitism that includes criticism of Israel.