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After Law-School Revolt, Harvard Medical School Will Stop Cooperating With ‘U.S. News’ Rankings

Harvard Medical School’s dean announced on Tuesday that the institution would no longer send data to U.S. News & World Report for its...

A Human-Rights Leader Was Denied a Harvard Post Over Alleged ‘Anti-Israel Bias.’ Now a Dean Faces Calls to Resign.

Harvard University is under fire over accusations that a dean rejected a proposed fellowship for Kenneth Roth, once the longtime executive director of...

A Professor Recounts What a Tenure Denial Did to Him

Rogério Meireles Pinto is a professor and associate dean of social work at the University of Michigan. In 2014, his tenure bid at...

Ben Sasse’s Contract at Florida’s Flagship Has Lots of Perks. But Not Tenure.

There are plenty of goodies in Ben Sasse’s new contract with the University of Florida, where the Republican senator from Nebraska is slated...

As Race-Conscious Admissions Policies Go Before the Supreme Court, Here’s What 6 Experts Are Listening For

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday in two cases that challenge colleges’ consideration of race in admissions decisions — one...

‘Everybody Hates Them’: Why One Researcher Says Legacy Preferences in Admissions Must End Soon

Legacy preferences in admissions have been around forever. So they might seem as permanent as any monument. But as recent history reminds us,...

U. of Florida Faculty Senate Condemns Process That Tapped Ben Sasse as Next President

Days before the likely appointment of U.S. Sen. Benjamin E. Sasse as the next president of the University of Florida, the institution’s Faculty...

When Considering the Fairness of Race-Conscious Admissions, Don’t Forget to Get Over Yourself

When something is unfair, you know it, right? Seriously, you can feel it in your bones, can’t you?Nope, sorry. There’s not just one...

Just 5 Universities Produce One-Eighth of the Nation’s Tenure-Track Professors

Just five universities have produced one-eighth of the tenure-track professors at American doctoral institutions, and 80 percent of such professors earned their Ph.D.s...

U.S. Tells Harvard It Could Be Liable for Retaliation by Professors

The U.S. Department of Justice said on Wednesday that Harvard University could be held responsible for retaliation carried out by its professors.The government...

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