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What happened when a professor was accused of sharing his own work on his website

Recent allegations of copyright violations against a professor who shared his own work on his website spark debate about ownership and whether peer reviewers should be paid.

Professor says she was fired for refusing to disclose a victim's name

Professor says Goodwin College fired her for refusing to reveal the identity of a student who confided that another professor wanted sex in exchange for better grades. What kind of confidentiality does Title IX allow for?

Newman University wants to align its philosophy program with its new seminary, but what does that mean?

Newman University wants to align its philosophy program with its new seminary. What does that mean?

Study says when it comes to everyday mentoring and training in the sciences, postdocs are the new PIs

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Study says that when it comes to everyday mentoring and training in the sciences, postdocs are the new PIs.

You’ve heard of the gig economy, but what about the 'Gig Academy'?

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You’ve heard of the gig economy, but what about the Gig Academy? Labor scholar Adrianna Kezar says it has to be resisted in her new book.

University of Chicago will guarantee full funding to all humanities and social sciences students

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In a reform aimed at reducing Ph.D. program timelines and attrition, University of Chicago will guarantee full funding to humanities and social sciences students -- in exchange for program caps.

NYU and Rutgers students ask why professors found to have behaved inappropriately with students were welcomed back

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Students at NYU and Rutgers are asking why professors who've been found to have behaved inappropriately with students were welcomed to campus this semester.

Study: Academic dishonesty extends to faculty résumés

Faculty search committees take note: academic dishonesty extends to CVs, according to a new study.

National Communication Association suspends discussion Listserv

What does it mean when the National Communication Association shuts down discussions on its Listserv?

Columbia says historian's acclaimed book on North Korea was plagiarized; publisher says it's been taken out of print

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Columbia says a historian's acclaimed book on North Korea was plagiarized, and its publisher says it's been taken out of print.

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