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How a Dead Professor Is Teaching a University Art History Class

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Should universities charge students full tuition when they cannot access their professor except through a spirit medium?

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How a Dead Professor Is Teaching a University Art History Class

How a Dead Professor Is Teaching a University Art History Class

Should universities charge students full tuition when they cannot access their professor except through a spirit medium?

An economist explains how COVID-19 will impact universities

An economist explains how COVID-19 will impact universities

The University of Michigan anticipates a pandemic-induced loss of up to $1 billion by the end of 2020.

Extinction Event

Extinction Event

Tuition and fees, for decades the apparently inexhaustible engine of growth in higher ed—backed as they are by federal student loan guarantees—have begun to hit a ceiling. Tuition and ...

Colleges say campuses can reopen safely. Students and faculty aren’t convinced.

Colleges say campuses can reopen safely. Students and faculty aren’t convinced.

Campuses plan to open with widespread testing, socially distanced classrooms, and mandated masks, but will that be enough to curb an outbreak?

Professors seeking accommodations forced to jump through hoops to teach online

Professors seeking accommodations forced to jump through hoops to teach online

A number of Emerson’s immunocompromised and disabled professors have reported issues receiving accommodations to teach remotely ahead of the fall semester’s hybrid classes.

Tenure for the Common Good

Tenure for the Common Good

Until you agree to reinstate the students you fired and to work in good faith with them to solve the housing problem you have agreed is serious, we will actively discourage students from ...

Assistant or Associate Professor of Microbiology

Assistant or Associate Professor of Microbiology

Assistant or Associate Professor of Microbiology - Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Report Urges Development and Evaluation of Approaches that Integrate STEMM Fields with Arts and Humanities in Higher Education

Report Urges Development and Evaluation of Approaches that Integrate STEMM Fields with Arts and Humanities in Higher Education

An emerging body of evidence suggests that integrating STEMM fields (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine) with the humanities and arts in higher education is ...

The coronavirus crisis will bust up and reshape higher education — for better or for worse

The coronavirus crisis will bust up and reshape higher education — for better or for worse

Chat bots, predictive analytics, and maybe a cheaper, more humane college experience.

Assistant Professor in American Public History

Assistant Professor in American Public History

To Apply: apply.interfolio.com/55475 The Department of History at Duquesne University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in the field of public history with ...

“Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness”: What it is and how to document it by Holly Ann Garnett

“Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness”: What it is and how to document it by Holly Ann Garnett

By Holly Ann Garnett With ‘job market season’ soon upon us, many graduate students and postdocs across the country will start compiling their job packages: writing cover letters, formatting ...

Assistant Teaching Professor of Sociology

Assistant Teaching Professor of Sociology

University of California, Merced is hiring. Apply now!

The latest campus battle: Graduate students are fighting to unionize

The latest campus battle: Graduate students are fighting to unionize

University of Chicago students are part of a growing movement of graduate students opting to unionize for fair wages, adequate health care and other workers' rights.