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  1. Nobel Laureate Won't Allow Guns in Class, Despite Law

    One of the most famous professors at the University of Texas at Austin said this week that he plans to ban guns from his classroom, despite a new state law that will allow concealed weapons ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Jan 27 2016

  2. MLA attendees march to protest campus carry law

    AUSTIN, Texas -- Chanting, "Gun-free UT. Make it safe for you and me," and, "Guns are not a teaching tool. They do not belong in school," more than 200 attendees at the Modern ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jan 11 2016

  3. Tips for managing controversies that result from research (essay)

    have had public followings, like Carl Sagan or Paul Krugman, aren’t enough to meet the need ...

    M.V. Lee Badgett - Jan 27 2016

  4. MLA plans literary protest against new campus carry law in Texas

    and that they believe need to be taught in gun-free zones. The underlying idea of the protest is in contrast ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jan 5 2016

  5. How to communicate research results beyond academe (essay)

    to a journalist, meeting with a policy maker or going on a radio show. They might provide an outline for an op-ed ...

    M. V. Lee Badgett - Jan 13 2016

  6. University of Iowa leader apologizes for saying teachers without lesson plans should be shot

    for the remark. The day after the Dec. 9 meeting, librarian Lisa Gardinier emailed Harreld to say his ...

    Kellie Woodhouse - Dec 16 2015

  7. Colleges need to install security systems to prevent mass shootings (essay)

    to policy makers, in particular gun advocates, that there is a significant price to pay to better prepare ...

    Jeffrey Ian Ross - Oct 12 2015

  8. Two American U. professors say they didn't get tenure due to their age

    with no problems, no warning and no smoking gun -- nothing to tell me that things would go wrong.” In fact, she ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Aug 4 2015

  9. Reports of troubles at Webster U.’s branch campus in Thailand

    on three separate occasions: in the student council meeting, as well as in two private meetings, including ...

    Elizabeth Redden - Apr 10 2015

  10. Idaho faculty weigh options as campus gun law goes into effect

    students. Or, the memo suggests, professors could open-carry their guns as “a show of civil disobedience.” ...

    Charlie Tyson - Jun 16 2014

  11. Steven Salaita's long-anticipated lawsuit against the U. of Illinois includes a twist.

    and several said they would stop giving to the university if Salaita became a permanent professor there. One ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Jan 30 2015

  12. PROFESSOR MEETS GUN: Part Eight -- We're All That Way

    solidarity the law journal authors evoke. Most professors are pro-gun control, but are they really ...

    UD - Jul 13 2008

  13. Professor Meets Gun, Part 10: To Arms

    that she got via this Inside Higher Ed series. She considered taking things slower, the way professors do, sitting around libraries reading about guns rather than shooting them... And then it - as it were - hit ...

    UD - Aug 14 2008

  14. PROFESSOR MEETS GUN, Part 9: Suck My Glock

    a very big gun. His fat nerd sidekick, also in black, had a police stick attached to his belt and fascist ...

    UD - Jul 30 2008

  15. PROFESSOR MEETS GUN: Part Seven: Shame, Shame.

    and if gun control/gun rights is ultimately about the culture wars, then maybe UD 's making some progress in her effort to get closer to guns in noting the shame/beauty divide. Many gun control people think guns as objects are intrinsically shameful, something to keep hidden, or, better, something ...

    UD - Jun 23 2008

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