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The Chronicle of Higher Education 2h
Stark power differentials, with entitled faculty stars and dependent protégés, create an environment ripe for abuse:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 2h
A Northern Arizona U. faculty member lost her job after being arrested on charges of stalking a student and several other people:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 2h
"What those academics fixated on free speech really mean is that they don't want to be held responsible for the harms their work might cause."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 3h
"We want to get the federal government out of the way of innovation and new ideas," said a top Education Dept. official:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 4h
A new study of nearly 300 campus sexual-harassment accusations finds that more than half involve physical contact:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 4h
A total of 451,800 semesters of Pell eligibility have been restored, according to the department:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 5h
“I want to be friends with the people I talked with, even though I disagreed with some of them.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 5h
Mainly, the bill would make it well nigh impossible for many of them to continue their studies:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 5h
"It is identity politics that makes white scholars believe that their whiteness does not play a role in the kinds of scholarly questions they ask."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 9h
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 23h
"Anytime you have a highly competitive system in which a single person has the power to make or break someone else’s career — whether it’s the crowded, greasy pole of Hollywood or a flooded Ph.D. pipeline — you will have abuse."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 23h
"Publishers are getting rich on the backs of underfunded academic libraries and the unpaid labor of academics," two professors argue.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 19
In a news release announcing the proposal, one congressman said it would guarantee “more bang for the taxpayer’s buck.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 19
Here's how the House Republicans' recently approved tax plan would harm graduate students:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 19
‘OK’ Is a 4-Letter Word: Allan Metcalf examines the transformation of “OK” into something more familiar.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 18
"It is identity politics that makes white scholars believe that their whiteness does not play a role in the kinds of scholarly questions they ask," Brittney Cooper writes in .
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 18
Advocates hope that current federal legislation, test programs nationwide, and backing by the Trump administration will do the job.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 18
“We haven't really created a culture, broadly in society, for people to say, I'm sorry, I messed up, and I want to do better.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 18
Stark power differentials, with entitled faculty stars and dependent protégés, create an environment ripe for abuse.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Nov 18
Young people are becoming platform agnostic when it comes to messaging, but they won’t stop communicating with each other.
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