The reason behind these proposed restrictions are spying and intellectual property theft by Chinese nationals, who study at American universities and colleges.
On November 27, the Heritage Foundation hosted an event in which speakers discussed fetal tissue research; specifically, they explored how research could be changed to protect life while also being scientifically useful.
But somehow they only find it has a shade on it when it comes from the right, and after its been spent.
A source, and sometimes target, of these dispatches, Professor Martin Kich of Wright State University, used the academe blog maintained by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) to denigrate conservative U. S. Representative Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, but without quite answering what he viewed as the congressman’s misstatements.
A law professor from Penn came up with her own words to ban on campus but it’s much more limited than the speech codes of her adversaries.
Are they catching up with technology or duplicating what is already going on off campus?
Here’s a fascinating bit of history: Thanksgiving and the first amendment are practically twins, passed within 24 hours of each other.
He may be out of sight but he’s still around somewhere in the vicinity of his former roost–the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Or, what is the Common Core of government policy?
On November 8, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute held an event which dealt with the issue of grade inflation in U.S. schools. The National Assessment on Educational Progress (NAEP) has shown that only about a…