Something tells me it won’t move as fast as the Sweet Magic Kitchen.
Topic: University of Washington
Students at the University of Washington were offended and upset at a lecturer’s opinion editorial that attempted to explain why women select careers other than coding.
A lecturer at the University of Washington saw steep backlash to an essay he wrote, which talked about how women choose not to go into the technology industry as it is a choice of theirs.
And not just unofficially in college but officially in K-12.
Economist Walter Williams has called education schools the ghettos of universities and, like some neighborhoods that might be described that way, they resist improvement even when their deterioration is obvious to everyone outside their borders.
When academics do not jump on the bandwagon of favored academic theories, do not expect them to get much play in the media, or tenure at their universities, or, at least in previous administrations, grants from the federal government.
A study claimed that white students’ racism can be traced to microaggressions, or when people feel “triggered” and upset by things people say and do.
University of Washington held a ‘teach-in’ that taught attendees that the food system is “built on racism.”
A workshop was held at the University of Washington by Professor Anu Taranath, who helped the audience learn how to cope with the despair from the 2016 presidential election results when Donald Trump won the…
From The College Fix: A doctoral student is accusing the University of Washington of creating a hostile work environment by letting anti-feminist provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos speak on campus in January. Alan-Michael Weatherford, a diversity and…