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A Florida University Is Quickly Assembling a List of Courses on Diversity. Why? DeSantis Asked.

At least one Florida university has been asked to report its “expenditure of state resources” on programs and courses related to critical race...

Are Women Held to a Higher Standard in Publishing?

Erin Hengel knows what a one-month delay in peer review can mean for an early career academic. Although she now works as a...

How Gender Bias Worsened the Peer-Review Crisis

Mounting evidence suggests the peer-review crisis in academic publishing was worsened, in part, by a system that favors male scholars and discourages women.A...

Purdue U. Northwest Chancellor Apologizes for Speaking Made-Up ‘Asian’ Language During Commencement

On Saturday, Thomas L. Keon, Purdue University Northwest’s chancellor, uttered a gibberish aside that many perceived to be a mockery of Asian people...

At This Rate, Faculty Diversity Will Never Reach Parity

For over a decade, colleges have committed (and recommitted) to diversity, equity, and inclusion among faculty. But how close is higher education as...

Most Colleges Omit or Understate Net Costs in Financial-Aid Offers, Federal Watchdog Finds

Nine out of 10 colleges either exclude or understate the net cost of attendance in their financial-aid offers to students, according to estimates...

‘I Am the Victim’: A Journal Editor Is Under Fire After a Diversity Debate Is Derailed

An open letter signed by more than 1,000 academics calls for the resignation of Klaus Fiedler, editor in chief of the journal Perspectives...

Friendships Can Heal Campus Divisions, Study Finds, and Administrators Play a Big Role

The answer to quelling the political and social warring among students today might lie in a simple Aristotelian philosophy: Friendship is essential to...

A Third Top-10 Law School — Berkeley’s — Pulls Out of ‘U.S. News’ Rankings

The law school at the University of California at Berkeley is pulling out of U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking. It’s the...

Yale and Harvard’s Law Schools Are Ditching the ‘U.S. News’ Rankings. Will Others Follow?

Yale Law School — long ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report — is quitting the magazine’s rankings, it announced Wednesday....

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