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  • Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing: Was this merger a land grab?

    Paper mill-sniffing AI takes a bite out of journal submissions. New work college named. AG questions use of race in state funding formula, and more.
  • Academe Today

    Academe Today: The new campus fanaticism (opinion)

    Harvard unseals investigation of Francesca Gino; Wisconsin closes another two-year campus; FAFSA fix is work in progress; sources of advice; and more.
  • Research Integrity

    Here’s the Unsealed Report Showing How Harvard Concluded That a Dishonesty Expert Committed Misconduct

    Francesca Gino said that another professor could have meddled with her data — but Harvard said she didn’t offer any proof.
  • Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing: A bounty on bad research

    Eastern Gateway employees question the future. Faculty member suspended after allegedly assaulting protester. A second name change scuttled, and more.
  • Research Integrity

    Wanted: Scientific Errors. Cash Reward.

    At a time when scientific misconduct is making headlines, a new program hopes to encourage the detection of mistakes with cold, hard cash.
  • Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing: Falsified data’s fallout, up close

    Arizona State works with OpenAI. Heat outage displaces 1,800 students in North Carolina. Dry January finds a collegiate home, and more.
  • Research Integrity

    Is Dan Ariely Telling the Truth?

    After a data-fabrication scandal and a university investigation, the dishonesty researcher is trying to move on. But is the damage already done?
  • The Review | Opinion

    How to Stop Academic Fraudsters

    Data fabrication is an old problem. New preventive measures can help.
  • Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing: A research reckoning?

    Bipartisan bill would end legacy admissions, Brandeis bans Students for Justice in Palestine, a classroom on rails gets a new home, and more.
  • Academe Today

    Academe Today: The ever-more-corporate university (opinion)

    Bias incidents roil colleges; Gino’s collaborators vet their work; campus violence and antisemitism surge; turning dissertation into book; and more.
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