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Virginia's Supreme Court says U. of Virginia was within its rights under state law not to release emails of climate change researcher.
U. of South Carolina Upstate -- facing legislative anger over planned performance by lesbian humorist -- calls off event.
A former University of Tennessee staffer takes the institution to court over online comments about a dirty microwave oven.
Federal jury backs conservative academic who says he was denied promotion to full professor because of his political views.
Brown U. releases report on the disrupted appearance by Ray Kelly, detailing numerous unsuccessful efforts to win over protesters.
Federal appeals court issues strong statements about the importance of protecting speech by faculty members in public higher education.
New petition seeks to organize academics who oppose boycotts and outside attacks (whether from supporters or critics of Israel) on the tenure candidacies of faculty members.
Colorado State-Pueblo professor who is outspoken critic of budget cuts sent out an email comparing them to a century-old massacre. Hours later, university took away his campus account. UPDATE: University president cites Virginia Tech and Columbine.
Following recent open records requests targeting controversial professors at other institutions, UCLA releases statement to protect the privacy of scholarly communications.
Australia's education minister warns that professors' political stances -- on the Israeli boycott, for example -- are "needless controversies" that can hurt their universities' reputations.
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