How do we protect academic freedom – especially during this era of ‘you’re fired – and also meet the goals of greater inclusion and openness?
Challenges lie ahead, but the resounding defeat of a higher-ed ban is just the latest win for ethnic studies.
Hundreds of U.S. faculty, including NEA members, have been reported to Professor Watchlist, a right-wing web site that identifies ‘radical’ professors.
As more students struggle with “food insecurity,” the number of campus-based food banks has shot up.
By voting no confidence, faculty protest the systematic demolition of one of the world’s finest public universities.
Investing in students’ learning environment means hiring, recruiting, and retaining the very best faculty members.
A Maine university shutters programs and forces out one of every five full-time faculty members. This is the business model of higher education in action.
With radical budget proposals, governors in Wisconsin, Illinois, Louisiana, and Kansas accelerate the privatization of higher education.