New research explains why gaps between disciplines are larger at some institutions than others.
Report documents advances by women in history departments -- and lingering impact of sexism, both overt and subtle, on careers.
Faculty recruits at Marshall U. are getting salaries that are significantly higher than experienced professors. Guess who isn't happy.
A discipline asks why progress in awarding Ph.D.'s to women has not led to progress in hiring them.
Black faculty members "continue to struggle for full inclusion in the academy," according to a new book, Exposing the "Culture of Arrogance" in the Academy: A Blueprint for Increasing Black Faculty Satisfaction in Higher Education (Stylus).
Hiring of Glenn Loury and other moves leave conservatives praising a university they loved to bash.
Top departments criticized for admitting Ph.D. students and hiring faculty from narrow group of institutions.
At a Texas A&M campus, the president and Faculty Senate don't like one another, but only one can eliminate the other.
Marquette's provost tries new approach to encourage the hiring of more minority faculty members.
Regulations define who colleges and other federal contractors must count as a job "applicant."
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