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U of Washington Research Postdocs, Scientists Begin Strike
An Exaggerated Death of DEI at UNC’s Med School
Multiple outlets reported that a diversity, equity and inclusion task force’s recommendations at UNC’s School of Medicine aren’t moving forward. The truth appears more complex.
The Great State School Student-Swapping Scandal
Student swapping across public flagships is America’s most expensive game of musical chairs, Ryan Craig writes.
Association of American Universities Adds 6 New Members
UNC ‘Civic Life’ Center Progressing, Over Faculty Objections
Chapel Hill faculty members were caught off guard in January by what sounded like the return of a proposed conservative campus center. They objected, but the university is moving forward.
$100M Gift for the University of Kentucky
At Michigan, Getting an A Because Your Instructor’s On Strike
The University of Michigan graduate workers’ strike caused grading issues. Some department chairs have said they plan to give out A’s.
At VCU, Even Less Job Security for Nontenured Faculty
Three out of five faculty members at Virginia Commonwealth are on “term” contracts. The university has stopped offering them three-year contracts.