Arizona Faculty Threatened After Online Commotion Over Gender Teaching

College of Nursing employees were called "groomers" and received threats in response to Libs of TikTok's posting of two class slides. Faculty members are criticizing the university’s response.

Federal Grant Proves Elusive for Certain Colleges

The money is set aside for institutions serving large numbers of Asian American, Native American and Pacific Islander students, but many eligible colleges don’t apply because of bureaucratic hurdles.

Academics Oppose Publisher Removing Chapter of Book on Sexual Misconduct

The chapter was withdrawn by Routledge after the publisher got legal threats, including from a professor claiming he had been identified in the book.

Program Innovation: Scholars Pave Their Own Way

The University of California, Merced, takes an asset-based approach when evaluating its first-generation, low-income scholarship program, identifying the ways students shine and how the university can remove barriers to their success.

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Scott McLemee reviews Marlena Williams’s Night Mother: A Personal and Cultural History of The Exorcist.

4 Ways Universities Gaslight DEI Initiatives

The slowdown, the pushback, the shutdown and the blowback are all common gaslighting tactics, Megan MacKenzie, Özlem Sensoy, Genevieve Fuji Johnson, Nathalie Sinclair and Laurel Weldon write.


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3 Questions for Clare Rawlins, Vice President, Kaplan’s International Pathways

A quick pulse check on the state of higher education globally.

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Invisible Labor and Emotional Currency

Jálin B. Johnson, Nakisha Castillo, Natalie V. Nagthall and Hawani Negussie describe the unseen impacts of higher ed’s cultural taxation on minoritized faculty and eight steps to help diminish those impacts.

Revitalizing the Later Years in Academe

It’s a time when faculty can make new and different contributions than before, yet most institutions don’t approach the academic life cycle that way, writes Kenneth N. McKay.


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