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.
Preston Wiginton doesn’t have an especially strong connection to the university: He dropped out after taking classes for a year. But he’s made it his mission to force extreme racial politics upon College Station.
Professors should be wary of unconsciously endorsing white victimhood.
The controversy that cost an adjunct a job offer at Montclair State University affected a professor who didn't hire him but would have supervised him.
Our career lexicon for graduate students is in need of a makeover.
Political battles over high-court nominees date back not to 1987 and Robert Bork, a legal historian argues, but to LBJ and Nixon.
An obsession with identity has made students less likely to engage with a world beyond themselves.
There’s a lot more that your graduate program could be doing to prepare you.
Part 6 in a series featuring new faculty members talking about their job search.
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Four quick ways to shift students’ attention from life’s distractions to your course content.