A new study, based on interviews with 35 female college leaders, shows how women are discouraged but can encourage other women.
A well-connected politician and Confederate hobbyist has been named College of Charleston's president. Students and faculty fear for reputation and mission of respected liberal arts institution.
A Cameron U. professor says he is being stripped of tenure, in violation of his First Amendment rights, for accusing a colleague of racism and for insisting on diversity outreach in hiring.
Santa Clara U.'s Faculty Senate has deemed the administration's new exclusion of elective abortions from insurance coverage "invalid," and wants the Board of Trustees to take up the matter.
Should faculty be forced to check in every day by fingerprint? Chicago community college faculty members object to that possibility.
Fed up with unanswered maintenance requests and substandard instructional facilities, some professors are taking a new approach: "shaming" their institutions into action.
In light of several recent, high-profile cases of poor communication between faculty and governing boards, AAUP advocates for regular interaction between the two groups and more shared governance.
Davidson College board angers faculty members and students by keeping a requirement that the president be a Presbyterian.
After media scrutiny about all the white men in the University of Kentucky administration, two women and a Hispanic male are named finalists in the provost search. Can a public emphasis on diversity undermine the goal?
Indian-born academics are seeing their numbers grow in top campus jobs, reflecting internationalization trends over the past 40 years.