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We Need to Teach Students How to Implement

Faculty members commonly train students how to develop ideas but not how to make those ideas tangible, write Spencer Carlson, Liz Gerber and Matt Easterday.

Collin College Protests Loyola Chicago Professor’s Speech

Collin College has faced multiple complaints over academic freedom, leading to lawsuits from aggrieved former faculty members who argue they...

Alumni Group Opposes Va. Community College Name Changes

A group led by alumni of Thomas Nelson Community College, the Turn the Tide Committee, is circulating a petition calling...

PETA vs. UW’s Primate Center

A judge has prohibited the University of Washington from releasing the names of an animal research committee to PETA. The animal-rights organization is appealing, alleging mistreatment of primates.

Parkinson’s Drug’s Effect on Quality of Life: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Amal Alachkar, associate professor of teaching pharmaceutical sciences at the University of California, Irvine, explores...

Gaps in Asian American, Pacific Islander Student Outcomes

A new report released Tuesday by the Campaign for College Opportunity, a California-based organization focused on closing equity gaps in...

‘African Studies Review’ Won’t Retract Autoethnography Essay

The editors of African Studies Review won’t retract a recent article by two white scholars promoting autoethnography, a research method...

Stanford Student’s Family Creates Suicide Prevention Program

The parents of Katie Meyer, a goalkeeper on the Stanford University women’s soccer team who died by suicide in March...