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Faculty Condemn Secretive Search Process at Purdue

Faculty members accuse Purdue president Mitch Daniels and the Board of Trustees of eroding shared governance by orchestrating a leadership transition without transparency or public input.

Retractions: A Missed Opportunity?

New paper says retractions take too long to meaningfully influence public debates about important topics.

Tenure Awarded at … Washington U St. Louis, Wesleyan

Washington University in St. Louis Andrew Clark, electrical and systems engineering Meaghan Claire Creed, anesthesiology Jason Roderick Donaldson, finance Leslie...

Economic Mobility Through a Different Lens

A new Economic Mobility Index highlights postgraduation outcomes of colleges that serve high numbers of low-income students.

New Programs: Humanitarian Assistance, Nursing, Cybersecurity

Boston College is starting an interdisciplinary certificate in humanitarian assistance. Herzing University is starting an online doctor of nursing practice...
Opinion

Teaching Neurodiverse Students

Kathryn Welby provides advice for how you can provide accommodations while also maintaining high standards.

‘Beliefs Change’

A field reckons with its past involvement in conversion therapy for LGBTQ people—and somehow a graduate admissions decision gets thrown into the mix.

The Peer-Review Crisis

The peer-review system, which relies on unpaid volunteers, has long been stressed. COVID-19 has made it worse. Possible solutions include paying reviewers or limiting revise-and-resubmits. Are these Band-Aids on structural problems?