To protest the withdrawal of a job offer to the controversial professor, at least two speakers have canceled engagements.
- Scholars Sound Alarms About Being Judged on Their Civility
- Can the Board of Trustees Really Revoke My Job Offer?
- Don't Speak Out: The Message of the Salaita Affair
Debating 'Excellent Sheep'
William Deresiewicz, author of Excellent Sheep, and Harry R. Lewis of Harvard volley questions of class privilege and how colleges perpetuate it.
Colleges, by the Numbers
Find the answers to your questions about the state of higher education in The Chronicle’s annual collection of data.
- A Profile of Freshmen at 4-Year Colleges, Fall 2013
- States That Drew the Most Out-of-State Freshmen, 2012
- Institutions That Granted the Most Bachelor's Degrees in 2012
Vitae: Career News and Tools
If you don’t find ways to get your scholarly writing done first, everything but your writing will get done.
- 'Dear Forums ...': How Do I Handle a Hostile Search-Committee Member?
In the News
The newspaper's new project isn't trying to pick the best colleges. It’s more interested in how well they attract underprivileged students.
The discipline should take concrete steps to support scholar outreach, including training and awards, says a report released at its association’s annual meeting.
- Business Is a Big Draw for International Students in the U.S.
- Votes on Deans? An Unusual System Feeds Tension at U. of Miami
- As People Shun Pollsters, Researchers Put Online Surveys to the Test
- NIH Tells Genomic Researchers: ‘You Must Share Data'
- A Scripted Response to Sexual Assault
- Who’s Getting Tenure-Track Jobs? It’s Time to Find Out.
- A Student Disc Jockey's Stand Against 'Sexist' Club Culture
- Mitch Daniels Isn't Rebuilding Purdue's Engine, He's Tuning It