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#Manterrupting

Female academics saw their own experiences in the vice presidential debate's gendered and racialized dynamics.
Opinion

What Tech Calls Thinking

Scott McLemee reviews Adrian Daub's What Tech Calls Thinking: An Inquiry Into the Intellectual Bedrock of Silicon Valley.

‘Leaving Academia’

Author discusses his book on how to leave an academic career. He provides advice based on his own experience.

Paying for Inequity

Princeton settles with federal government in pay gap case and will pay more than $1 million to female faculty.

New Programs: Engineering, Higher Education, Herbal Products, Architecture

Alvernia University is starting majors in electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering. Boston College is starting a part-time executive Ed.D. in...
Opinion

Virtual Learning Should and Can Be Hands-On

Alexis R. Abramson, an engineering dean, provides advice on how to replicate the experiential learning of labs, group projects and field research in virtual and hybrid classes.
Opinion

It's Time to Give Adjuncts More Professional Opportunities

With the precariousness of many positions due to COVID, departments should help adjuncts gain experience that will allow them to secure needed employment elsewhere, writes Eric Falwell.

Unmasking a Troll

University of New Hampshire suspends professor amid investigation into whether he trolled people online, pretending to be “The Science Femme, Woman in STEM.”