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UNC ‘Civic Life’ Center Progressing, Over Faculty Objections
Chapel Hill faculty members were caught off guard in January by what sounded like the return of a proposed conservative campus center. They objected, but the university is moving forward.
Judge Upholds Canisius Layoffs; Tenured Professors Appeal
A judge has upheld Canisius College’s layoffs of four tenured professors, who sued in response. “Plaintiffs question defendant’s assertion that...
Bellarmine Faculty Vote No Confidence in President, Others
Bellarmine University faculty members have voted no confidence in their president, provost and senior vice president. “The president has made...
Texas Tenure, Anti-DEI Bills Near Passage—or Death
As Texas’ legislative session comes to a close this weekend, bills that would affect tenure and ban what lawmakers consider diversity, equity and inclusion programs are still pending.
UVM Faculty Calls for More Action Against Antisemitism
Multiple faculty groups are calling on University of Vermont leaders to do more to address campus antisemitism after an investigation...
AAUP Calls to Fight ‘Tooth and Nail’ in Florida
“Florida’s public colleges and universities currently face a politically and ideologically driven assault unparalleled in U.S. history,” a preliminary report says.
New College Faculty Censures Board
New College of Florida faculty members voted to censure the Board of Trustees this week, accusing them of failing to...
Report: Adjunct Who Showed Images of Prophet Was ‘Vilified’
A new American Association of University Professors report says Hamline University administrators “encouraged and promoted” a “de facto campaign of vilification.”