Now annual parody of Modern Language Association -- like the group itself -- switches formats and focuses on job woes.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have developed an online learning environment that could make lecture halls -- if not professors -- obsolete.
Study of economists -- complete with control group -- shows impact of coaching women on the process or getting published and winning grants.
Adjunct's column, comparing them unfavorably to her foreign students, sets off debate over work ethic.
A panel of parents and children in the same academic discipline consider their field and their generations.
Institute, whose report on equity for women was considered pathbreaking, examines gaps in rates at which minority and white professors are promoted -- and the ideal of meritocracy.
Study links a range of factors -- including educational attainment, gap between educational attainment and expected income, and religion -- in making academe "politically typed."
Scholars document the gender gap in cooking, cleaning and laundry among scientists -- and suggest a new employee benefit may be key to the advancement of women.
Husband-and-wife historians at Earlham have spent more than three decades sharing a job.
Think it's not worth holding class the Friday before spring break? Faculty leaders at Penn State want you to know they disagree.
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