Law schools have fewer conservatives and libertarians among their faculty than the U.S. Supreme Court, writes Jonathan Adler.
Topic: ideological diversity
Conservative students at St. Olaf College, a small college located in Minnesota, are keeping their mouths shut in light of the election of Donald Trump due to the political backlash by their colleagues and professors….
From Campus Reform: Colby College professor is railing against the idea of liberal echo chambers on campus, claiming it is just an “anti-intellectual” ploy to undermine the credibility of academic experts. In an op-ed for The New Republic,…
Zero registered Republicans among college professors at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s political science department. Sound fair?
28-to-1 doesn’t sound like a fair ratio, does it?
From the New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof: “Universities are the bedrock of progressive values, but the one kind of diversity that universities disregard is ideological and religious. We’re fine with people who don’t look like us, as long as they think like us.”
In the latest issue of The Chronicle Review, UCLA historian Russell Jacoby offers some insights into the campus diversity craze that are actually refreshing. Jacoby asks, “Should all quarters of society demographically reflect all other…