The release falsely depicts a Stanford student and two scholars at other universities as leaders of a campaign to boycott Arab nations. Its origin is unknown.
Reports from the Council for Aid to Education provide evidence that students are in fact learning, in contrast to the findings of a blockbuster 2011 book.
With the Gordon College campus as his test lab, Brian Glenney, a philosopher, helped develop the new, more active image.
The Chronicle looks at the applications submitted for two positions in the humanities, where the competition is stiff and candidates are often in the dark.
Learn who got the jobs, who were the finalists, and who else was in the pool.
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Faculty Salary Data
Explore an interactive database on faculty salaries in 2012-13, from a national survey conducted by the American Association of University Professors.
Tight finances have led to another year in which average pay barely increased, eroding professors' buying power and exacerbating inequities facing seasoned faculty members.