Testimony in a Pennsylvania courtroom, while familiar, was for the first time squarely aimed at the university’s former chief.
A professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has examined whether spoilers enhance or diminish readers’ or viewers’ enjoyment. Spoiler alert: The research is inconclusive.
Attempts to replicate high-profile scientific studies can be a valuable way to hold scholars' feet to the fire. But some scientists worry that those efforts could be exploited by skeptical lawmakers.
What philosophy departments can teach their peers in the humanities about surviving cuts and staying relevant.
A team-based approach to initial reviews can often save time and may allow for better evaluations
It’s the help students get outside the classroom that often gets them through a course.
Elon University and other colleges experiment with ways to keep recent graduates engaged.
Under President Trump, the National Labor Relations Board could soon take a dimmer view of Ph.D. students’ bids to unionize. Some say colleges are using litigation as a stall tactic.
The American Philosophical Association’s executive director says the discipline has to be proactive in defending itself.
The prosecution of Penn State’s former president, charged with covering up Jerry Sandusky’s abuse, will scrutinize administrative decision-making and feed on a growing culture of accountability.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a champion of First Amendment rights, has gained new prominence as campus controversies spread. Yet FIRE has also found itself in the cross hairs of increasingly fraught debates.