Professors say search committees too frequently doom minority candidates.
The number of colleges offering benefits or anti-bias protection for gay employees increased significantly in 2004.
Justices decline to hear appeal of lawsuit challenging Education Department's policy on equity in sports.
Concluding that it was out of compliance with Title IX, institution agrees to keep men's and women's squads.
George Mason faces allegations of bias in dispute over a test and make-up test.
La. appeals panel finds no race discrimination in LSU's 1989 dismissal of women's track and field coach.
The U. of Wisconsin’s lack of health care for domestic partners factors in a dean’s decision to leave -- and she isn’t the first.
But cadets and professors failed to "fully accommodate" beliefs of non-Christians, review panel concludes.
Federal appeals court rules that Penn official can be sued for comments made during university's grievance process.
A third of Division I colleges vote to override plan to boost scholarship increases in four women's sports.
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