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From: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Subject: Academe Today: Stanford president isn’t pulling punches as he fights research-misconduct claims
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Reputation at Stake
Fighting Claims of Research Misconduct, Stanford’s President Isn’t Pulling PunchesMarc Tessier-Lavigne has been vocal in defying his critics, even amid an investigation into image-manipulation allegations. Experts say the strategy may be risky.
Duck and Cover
‘More Cowardly Than Cautious’: Faculty Decry College Leaders’ Silence on DEI AttacksWhen speaking out carries political risks, but staying quiet seems like complicity, the leaders are caught in a bind.
Why College Presidents Don’t Speak Their MindsA Chronicle survey reveals how campus leaders feel caught between competing and sometimes contradictory demands.
The Review | Opinion
DEI: The Case for Common GroundThere’s more room for agreement than might appear.
Are Professors Ready for AI?A case study and a real-life controversy highlight how fraught the field is becoming.
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