Two visiting professors at Scripps College praised Venezuela’s despotic and socialist leader, Nicolas Maduro.
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Cal Poly is hiring a diversity consultant for the tune of $243,000 and he will be required to be on-site for only 15 of the 38 days, which is the duration of the contract.
Brandeis University is holding its annual weeklong festival on social justice, complete with themes such as boycotting Wendy’s fast food restaurants and reading the Torah from a transgender perspective.
South Dakota State University, which recently changed its women’s studies program to include ‘gender’ in its title, is struggling in its enrollment of the women’s and gender studies minor.
A Middle Tennessee State University professor was a guest speaker at Belmont University in Tennessee, and apparently went off-script and criticized President Trump and played music with vulgar language.
A community college fired an assistant professor after he gave a Nazi salute during a meeting about the Connecticut college system’s consolidation plans.
A State Department-funded program will lapse, leaving about thirty Palestinian students in limbo at American universities in the Middle East region.
Green Mountain College, located in the small town of Poultney, Vermont, will close this year in the spring. The college is a typical small-enrollment liberal arts institution, and had invested more in developing its graduate…
A new app developed by university researchers aims to help teachers eliminate their “implicit biases” about students.
Duke University students no longer have to give a reason why they miss classes, according to a policy change by the university.