April 28, 2017
Volume 63, Issue 34
The Chronicle Review
Also In the Issue
Zachary Wood wants to ensure that conservative voices are heard along with progressive ones at Williams College. His classmates don’t always agree.
Academics were among the winners of the PEN America Literary Awards and the Pulitzer Prizes. Fellowships were awarded to academics doing research on education and public engagement.
Women in science and engineering may overcome some of the barriers they find in the United States by being more involved in international collaborations, a new book says.
Columbia University ranked second-highest among four-year nonprofit institutions in the average amount borrowed by each undergraduate who took out federal student loans in 2014-15.
Both Auburn and Texas A&M Universities got unwelcome visits from a prominent white supremacist as a result of policies that let outsiders stage events on campus.
As the campus leader’s job has become more dynamic, the traditional career trajectory toward it has become more varied. The provost’s office is no longer a mandatory steppingstone.
When Washington State closed its theater and dance department, in 2011, the displaced professors were forced down circuitous career paths. But the closure presented opportunities for some.
Strained relationships among boards, presidents, and faculties have led to no-confidence votes at two institutions in recent weeks. But experts say it doesn’t have to be that way.