The study, covering nearly three decades of projects backed by the National Institutes of Health, found that those with higher review scores earn more and better mentions.
A bill in the State Senate would require colleges to compile student evaluations of professors — and let students vote to dismiss one of those who score poorly.
A bill in North Carolina that would dock the pay of any public-university professor who failed to reach a minimum teaching load has sparked faculty outrage statewide.
Just one in four contracts ensures the instructors even a small payment when a course assignment is canceled, an analysis found.
A new paper raises the question of how much the fear of being misinterpreted by skeptics is constraining researchers.
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