When it comes to course content, individual instructors -- including adjuncts -- should call the shots, even in multisection courses, AAUP says in a new statement.
Peking U. fires economics professor in widely watched test case for academic freedom in China -- an outcome that some Western academics have said should raise questions about partnerships there.
A new report from AAUP charges that universities are trying to diminish professors' patent rights in the age of online content.
Facing faculty and student outrage, college says it will permit an academic speaker in favor of same-sex marriage, under certain conditions.
A tenured Kansas professor's Twitter remark was distasteful by all accounts, but faculty advocates and free speech experts say it didn't warrant immediate suspension.
At U. of Oregon, some professors fear that administrators are using contract negotiations to undercut academic freedom rights.
In wake of rescinded offer, U. of Michigan extends new invitation and pledges commitment to free speech.
Author says donors pressured U. of Michigan to rescind an invitation. University says she wasn't "optimum choice" for an event.
International scholarly groups raise concerns about the long sentences handed down to six Turkish academics and former university rectors caught up in a massive terrorism-related trial widely condemned as unjust.
U. of California board -- responding to 2006 Supreme Court ruling -- codifies the right of professors to offer views on any policy or action of the university.
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