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Professor Resigned After Sexual Harassment Inquiry—and Got More Work

An orchestra conductor left the Universities of Wisconsin in 2022 after an investigation into accusations that he forcibly kissed a student. Goshen College fired him Monday, saying it didn’t know.

A magnifying glass above the word "sociology."

Sociology: Practically Constitutional!

Florida’s move to marginalize sociology is shortsighted, Jerry A. Jacobs writes.

A photograph of a mass of pro-Palestinian protesters, including one with a sign saying "Cease Fire Now."

AAUP Joins Labor Union Call for Ceasefire in Gaza

“We cannot bomb our way to peace,” the statement from the association of professors says.

Caltech Grad Students, Postdocs Vote to Unionize

Graduate student workers and postdoctoral scholars at California Institute of Technology have voted to unionize in two separate bargaining units...
Two people hold a placard with photos of people killed during the Oct. 7 Hamas attack.

My Colleagues Stayed Silent When Oct. 7 Was Called a ‘Beautiful Day’

Deborah Gerhardt reflects on a UNC faculty body’s decision not to weigh in on a guest speaker’s comments.

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Report: Best Practices for Using, Teaching Generative AI in Research

Guidance from Cornell University identifies how artificial intelligence tools should be applied to research, with guidance on navigating the shortcomings of generative AI.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus with headshots of Associate Professor Ronit Freeman and Professor Nadia Yaqub

Campus Vote on Antisemitism Resolution Is Microcosm of National Debate

Someone called Oct. 7 “a beautiful day” at a University of North Carolina event. The Faculty Council then “indefinitely postponed” a resolution that would have condemned the statement.

A dictionary entry for the word "wisdom." Though the full definition is not visible, words that are visible include "knowledge" and "experience."

‘Wisdom Skills’ Are Hard to Teach—AI Can Help

AI-assisted educational games can expand experiential learning opportunities at scale, Tim Dasey writes.