Tenure Rights and the Rise of Title IX: a Looming Culture Clash  

The controversy over sexual-harassment cases at Berkeley highlights the larger battle over faculty protections and the call for a swift conclusion of complaints.


How Christian Colleges Might Pick Their Battles More Wisely  

The author of a new book on Christian colleges and academic freedom says the institutions could uphold their faith without unnecessary clashes with instructors.


Melissa Click’s Inbox

The 12 kinds of email a professor got after she became a national spectacle.


College Wrestles With Controversy Over Its Response to Professor’s Religious Views  

A dispute at Wheaton College of Illinois that started with a Facebook post about Christianity and Islam could end in a professor’s dismissal. For other faculty members at the evangelical Christian institution, that raises troubling questions.

U. of Illinois Settles the Salaita Case, but Will That Help It Move On?

While the legal drama is over, academic boycotts remain in place.

Star Scholar Resigns From Northwestern, Saying It Doesn't Respect Academic Freedom

Alice Dreger, an author and professor of medical humanities, says a dean tried to censor portions of an essay in a journal she guest-edited.