"Students were asked to report to the provost those professors who acted without empathy."
Hosted by Ruben Martinez, length 33:10 minutes.
FROM NATURE (an editorial): “If they (academic administrators) want current and future generations of academics to thrive, they need to …
Cuts come in conjunction with recognizing that Ithaca’s enrollment level will decline. Read more from Inside Higher Education.
“What is the likelihood that they will enjoy the benefits that drew my generation to college and university teaching?” In …
By Zach Kaiser, MSU assistant professor
“He” is Joseph Epstein, lecturer emeritus, Northwestern U. Epstein wrote a controversial op-ed recently in The Wall Street Journal. Among …
Approximately 9% of university faculty members will be affected. Read more at The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Here are the results of a study conducted under the auspices of the TIAA Institute. Faculty Job Satisfaction_March 2018
Lack of support for change was the top choice selected by trustees in a national study conducted by Association of Governing …
Valerie Sartor, assistant professor, University of Akron offers her perspective. It’s from University Business.
Jeff Selingo’s provocative piece was published recently in The Washington Post.
In most cases, says Michael Yates, the answer is no. Read his take (from Counter Punch).
Funding cuts for public higher ed would loom if balance isn’t achieved. Read more from The Des Moines Register.
Here’s AAUP’s position on targeted harassment from sites like Professor Watchlist, The College Fix, and Campus Reform.