Western Illinois University hosted a ‘social justice’ summit of college professors on June 1.
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University of Kentucky has an Office of LGBTQ* Resources, which has awarded scholarships and research grants of at least $19,000, and the three research grants are supposed to conduct LGBT-centered research.
Protesters disrupted a panel discussion at UCLA on indigenous peoples’ history, with panelists representing Armenians, Kurds and Jews. Pro-Palestinian activists denied involvement, but the protesters were allegedly chanting pro-Palestinian rhetoric during the event.
After cutting its undergraduate programs due to high debt and other financial issues, Marygrove College is now offering a social justice master’s degree along with its other master’s programs.
Evergreen State College, on the heels of announcing it will slash $5.9 million from its budget entering this year, will cut 24 faculty positions, 19 unfilled staff positions and has warned 20 staff members that their jobs are at risk, too.
A pet graduation ceremony was held for the sixth consecutive year at a small college in Florida, where 50 pets “graduated.”
As we observe Memorial Day today, we at Accuracy in Academia want to express our heartfelt gratitude for all those who served or are serving in America’s military branches. Their sacrifice cannot be adequately expressed…
Queer architecture is a subject of a course at Tufts University, per a recent course description published by the university.
A visiting professor will teach a course on feminist and queer-themed dance at UMass-Amherst this upcoming fall semester.
Apparently, according to one music education adjunct professor at New York University, ‘Eurocentric’ music education is a ‘product of racism.’