Colgate asks hiring departments to keep excellence as top priority, but to alter pools by de-emphasizing subfield specialties.
In the last week, both Stanford and Yale Universities have announced significant expansions of the help that they provide to new parents -- with Stanford unveiling a plan for junior faculty members and Yale one for graduate students.
Or not questioned enough? New Mexico professor decries inaction amid charges that a colleague misrepresented qualifications.
Spring Arbor University, an evangelical Christian institution that recently made headlines for firing a transgender associate dean, withdrew Wednesday from a plan to offer courses at Lansing Community College’s new University Center because Spring Arbor could not sign on to the college’s non-discrimination policy.
New letter on colleges' job advertising endorses alternative to indicating interest in candidates from certain groups.
Northeastern doesn't renew contracts for a dozen faculty members without terminal degrees as it expands tenure-track hiring.
New poll finds majority of public believes bias is problem in college classrooms and questions role of tenure.
It took 2 years and a lawsuit, but University of Nebraska will finally be able to welcome historian hired in 2005.
Rutgers agreement with faculty union pledges to create at least 100 new permanent faculty jobs over next 4 years.
UC Berkeley receives a $113 million gift to help keep some of its top professors from raids by private universities -- and stem a problem facing many of its peers.
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