Seeking the safest course, administrators hoped that professors, students, and alumni would steer clear of the white nationalists’ march. But some felt duty-bound to confront what they saw as evil.
Institutions face smoldering tensions in the wake of the deadly rioting in Charlottesville, Va.
Professors should be wary of unconsciously endorsing white victimhood.
Our career lexicon for graduate students is in need of a makeover.
A combination of efforts, among them paying more attention to students’ mental health, brought the change.
Political battles over high-court nominees date back not to 1987 and Robert Bork, a legal historian argues, but to LBJ and Nixon.
Don’t remove problematic statues, like that of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville. Challenge them, in the service of history.
Faculty members at North Carolina Central University worry about the safety of the student, who was widely seen in videos tying a rope around a statue that was felled at a rally. They say they’ll do whatever they can to help her.
When should doctoral students start approaching a book editor about their dissertations?
And other advice for professors from developmental-writing students.
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Four quick ways to shift students’ attention from life’s distractions to your course content.