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Communication Association Apologizes for Blocked Gaza Speech

The National Communication Association’s Executive Committee said last week that the “events leading up to the censoring and dismissal ”...
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The Best Reason to Major in English

When did faculty stop believing that it’s important to tell young people to study what they love, Sarah Wasserman asks.

Purdue Will Pay $737K Over False Grant Application Allegations

Purdue University will pay the federal government $737,400 to settle allegations that a researcher falsified data, according to a news...
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Students’ Right to Write

In an age of generative AI, Jonathan Alexander explains why it is important to introduce students to as many forms of writing as possible.


USC Probes Star Neuroscientist on Research Fraud Allegations

The university is investigating Berislav Zlokovic after his lab members described image and notebook manipulation.

UF President, Ex-FAU Contender Argue Over Israel-Nazi Post

One former Republican politician who now leads a Florida public university is criticizing a current GOP politician who was floated...
A photograph of Ahlam Muhtaseb, professor of communication studies at California State University, San Bernardino, standing with duct tape on her mouth. Her head is covered and she wears a kaffiyeh around her neck.

Gaza Speech Allegedly Blocked by National Communication Association

A historic moment for Palestinians at the organization’s annual conference was shut down over concerns about calling the deaths in Gaza “genocide,” professors say.

Kids and Sci-Fi Books: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Emily Midkiff, assistant professor of teaching, leadership and professional practice at the University of...