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Survey: Pay Equity Lags for Higher Ed Administrators

Though the number of women in higher education leadership roles has increased since 2002, pay equity hasn’t kept pace, according...
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Opinion

Transparency Is First Step Toward More Diversity in Leadership

Colleges should be required to report demographic data for presidents, provosts, deans, department chairs and trustees, Andrea Silbert writes.

IU Board Tables Controversial Changes to Kinsey Institute

The Indiana University Board of Trustees tabled its scheduled Friday vote on controversial changes to the Kinsey Institute. IU administrators...

Chico State Professor Must Pay After Losing Libel Suit

A judge has ordered a professor accused of having sex with a graduate student, and of subsequently threatening to kill...
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Historic Kinsey Sex Research Institute May Face a Divorce

Faculty members are alarmed by an Indiana University proposal to spin off an unclear portion of the Kinsey Institute’s operations into a separate nonprofit.

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Growing Public Awareness of ‘Period Poverty’ Prompts Legislative Action

More college officials and state lawmakers are addressing this once-taboo issue. Some colleges already provided free menstrual products for students, and many are increasingly being required by law to do so.

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Arizona State Instructor Followed, Injured by Turning Point USA Crew

Police investigate an altercation with a queer ASU educator as possible aggravated assault by an operative of the right-wing group.

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Do ‘Women in STEM’ Programs Violate Title IX?

Civil rights complaints against initiatives for women in male-dominated STEM fields are piling up. But it’s not clear that such programs are actually illegal.