The University of Colorado’s philosophy department wanted to be an example of how to make the field more civil toward women. Instead, some say, it's become a scapegoat.
Guns on Campus
The cancellation of a speech by a feminist media critic at Utah State University has revived concerns about safety at institutions in states that allow firearms on campuses.
- Why I Don't Want Guns in My Classroom
Responding to Sexual Assault
Jennifer Freyd says the University of Oregon's leaders supported her survey on rape—until they saw the survey.
- At U. of Florida, More Questions Than Answers as Rape Charges Are Dropped
The Dangers of Academese
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Should I "stick it out" for three more years, an academic wonders, or go back on the market while I'm still untenured?
In the News
The under secretary of education gets an earful from a crowd at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ annual meeting.
Several university-based copyright experts say the court ruling is not as bad as it might seem for campuses' electronic-reserve systems.
- Publishers Win Reversal of Court Ruling That Favored ‘E-Reserves’ at Georgia State U.
- In Rules on Campus Sexual Violence, Education Dept. Emphasizes Training
- Benchmark Survey Finds a Continued Rise in Giving to Colleges
- Measuring Humanities Degrees Misses Much of Their Value
- How Universities Turn Slogans Into Cash
- As Ebola Fears Touch Campuses, Officials Respond With an ‘Excess of Caution’
- Why Colleges Don’t Want to Be Judged by Their Graduation Rates
- Hammer, Nails, and Software Bring Thoreau Alive