Legal experts say U. of Charleston job requirements for "In God We Trust" chair suggest violation of Civil Rights Act.
West Virginia institution says it erred in requiring applicants for endowed chair to believe in God.
Education Department plans review of whether colleges' treatment of female students and faculty members violates Title IX.
The new cohort of scholars is not just younger and more diverse -- new research suggests a values gap colleges need to address.
Biases beyond sex may be important factors for why female professors earn less, new study suggests.
Hiring well in face of retirements and growing enrollments requires strategic planning and campus collaboration.
2 leading scholars of the professoriate release book outlining just how dramatically academic work is changing.
If departments want black science, math and engineering students to become faculty members, they should have mentors who want close relationships with them, according to a recent study from the University of California at Berkeley.
Reviews by AAUP question treatment of professors at Greenville College and New Mexico Highlands University.
University recruits Houston Baker and Hortense Spillers -- stars in black literary studies -- as part of major faculty hiring drive.
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