Student organizers of a forum at Wharton School revoke invitation to controversial keynote speaker from India after professors oppose his appearance.
A university librarian finds himself sued for questioning the quality of an academic press.
President defends right of organizers to have event -- co-sponsored by political science department -- supportive of boycott of Israel, but pledges new events with "alternative perspectives."
Professor's anti-NRA tweet sets off debate about the gun lobby, violence, metaphors and academic freedom.
In an unusual twist, a Texas Tech professor is suing the university for allegedly denying him high-profile jobs based on his skepticism of a status most faculty members want.
Tennessee seminary told a tenured professor he was offending would-be contributors and should look for work elsewhere.
Colorado Supreme Court rejects his appeal in decision that some faculty leaders see as danger to academic freedom -- but that some college associations argue is essential to academic freedom.
An American journalism professor receives glowing evaluations at Zayed University, in the United Arab Emirates, and then is suddenly asked to leave his position -- and the country.
A professor sent a mass e-mail to all of the students in his course when some of them argued that Christianity is a superior religion. Was he right to do so?
UT-Austin launches administrative inquiry into integrity of controversial study about children of same-sex couples.
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