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Higher Ed’s Hiring Crunch Was Already Bad. It Got Worse Over the Summer.

A trying year for hiring in higher ed only worsened over the summer, according to a survey of college leaders this month, fielded...

What Colleges Can Learn From the Affirmative-Action Lawsuit Against Texas A&M

When Texas A&M University announced a new faculty hiring program in July, officials said it would help move “the structural composition of our...

A University Asked for Faculty and Staff Volunteers at Dining Halls. The Union Said No.

The University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee has asked faculty and staff members to volunteer at its dining halls due to a staffing shortage....

Professor Fired for Alleged Threat to ‘Kill All White People’ Is Named Interim Provost of Troubled College

Mark McPhail, a tenured professor and administrator who was abruptly fired from Indiana University Northwest last year after an administrator accused him of...

After Student Walkout, American U. Agrees to New Contract With Striking Staff

Sylvia M. Burwell was preparing to address American University’s new students Friday when a loud shout echoed through the auditorium: “Pay your workers!”...

These Are the Higher-Ed Jobs Being Refilled at the Highest Rates

The size of higher education’s work force has been largely restored to what it was before the pandemic began, but it hasn’t been...

Professors, It’s Time to ‘Rate Your Campus Admin’

Peruse RateYourCampusAdmin.com, and it’s not totally clear whether the website is supposed to be funny or serious.“You will have the power to evaluate...

Many Professors Stopped the Tenure Clock During the Pandemic. Who Benefited?

Many colleges allowed faculty members to stop their tenure clocks during the pandemic, to account for the personal and professional disruptions that hampered...

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