A tweet from Kareem Tannous from April 2022 saying, "zio controlled USGOV politicians promise to cancel 2T$ in student debt so that #donkeydemocrats would elect them yet they sent that 2T$ to Ukraine, NATO, and Israel to arm NAZIs."
Mar 22, 2023
Last year, a watchdog organization publicly called out Kareem Tannous, then a tenure-track assistant business professor at Cabrini University, about his tweets. Tannous said he was fired, and he now plans to sue.
Nov 03, 2020
New study shows student learning suffered during the switch to remote instruction last spring, but that small group activities helped reduce this loss.


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July 5, 2022
Following on his university’s first Juneteenth celebration, Thomas A. Parham reflects on how higher education can make substantive change to support Black excellence.
June 30, 2022
Gary May, Darryll Pines and Reggie DesRoches first met at the UC Berkeley College of Engineering in the 1980s. Now they all head up large research universities—and remain close friends.  
June 30, 2022
Race has been missing from conversations around academic integrity even though the issue is racialized through and through, Antar A. Tichavakunda writes.
June 27, 2022
Embracing a more flexible concept of time known as “crip time”—including when it comes to tenure clocks—would make higher ed more inclusive of scholars with disabilities, Darla Schumm writes.
June 23, 2022
To really understand institutional racism at the University of North Carolina, look to its governance, past and present, Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn writes.
June 17, 2022
The legendary president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County will retire at the end of June after 30 years. He made the institution a leader in STEM education, particularly for Black students.
June 17, 2022
Differences in opinion about the current role and future prospects of Lincoln University raise bigger questions about the HBCU’s historical identity and public image. 
June 14, 2022
They and tribal colleges are mission-based institutions born out of the affirmative discrimination by the federal government.
June 7, 2022
UMass-Boston aspires to be an antiracist institution. Some faculty members disagree with this, saying it’s limiting for a university. Others raise major concerns about the institution’s ongoing treatment of its Africana studies faculty.
June 7, 2022
Predominantly Black institutions need more attention and funding, Kurt L. Schmoke and Zaldwaynaka Scott write.



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