Chronicle of Higher Education
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The American Council on Education found that nearly all of the college presidents it surveyed, when asked to choose, would prefer allowing students to be exposed to many types of speech rather than protecting them by prohibiting speech.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign retired its Native American mascot, Chief Illiniwek, more than a decade ago. Its staying power has prompted the chancellor, Robert Jones, to put on a series of "critical conversations."
The programâs longtime coordinator, described as having created a "toxic" atmosphere of psychological abuse and discrimination against women, has retired.
The department wants to determine if the exchange of information violates antitrust laws.
Neeli Bendapudi will lead the University of Louisville, and Jennifer Summit was named provost at San Francisco State University.
What one instructor learned from YouTube, and other strategies that helped her better motivate her students.
How to use it, and what to beware of.
It wasnât pretty.
Too much self-exposure might compromise a career. It might also muddle oneâs message.
And not just at Unmanned Vehicle University.
The job is no longer on the sidelines. It's key to staffing, development, and training.
The invisible hand helps itself to student labor and data.
Sometimes campus leaders donât have all the information they need.
In enrollment, advising, and campus facilities, the revolution is spreading fast.
In the short term, affirm your values and mission, experts say. In the long term, work on the cultural antagonisms that fester on every campus.
This Historian Gave Up an Ivy League Professorship. Now She Says She Is ‘the Uncoolest Artist in the World.’
Nell Painter wrote serious books and led scholarly associations before going to art school, a transformation she examines â including the perniciousness of M.F.A. education â in a new memoir.
Professors say it's not only faster, but fairer.
The new HBO film examines the fallout from Jerry Sanduskyâs sex-abuse scandal, focusing on what the legendary football coach and top administrators could have done to prevent it.
The resolution was only a partial one, and students vowed that the culmination of their weeklong protest marked ânot an end but a beginning.â