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He Called an Association a ‘Woke Joke.’ He Lost His Retaliation Claim.

A North Carolina State University professor alleged retaliation for, among other things, his calling the Association for the Study of Higher Education a “Woke Joke.” A 2–1 court decision rejected his claims.

Instructor Rebuked for Giving Zero on Transgender Sports Paper

The University of Cincinnati reprimanded a faculty member after she gave a student a zero on an assignment for describing...

National Society of Black Engineers Moves Convention Out of Florida

The National Society of Black Engineers is moving its 50th annual convention from Orlando, Fla., to Atlanta. “When we’re looking...

San José State Anthropologist Against Reburying Bones Retires

The San José State University professor who drew criticism for opposing reburying Native American bones and for posing with a...

Ohio Bill Targeting Strikes, DEI Doesn’t Advance—for Now

Ohio’s Senate Bill 83—which would’ve banned public higher education employee strikes and mandatory diversity, equity and inclusion programs, with some...
A graph showing the annual number of Chinese-descent scientists who have left the U.S. for either China/Hong Kong or other countries. The numbers going to China steadily increased from 2010 to 2021, with an even faster increase since 2018.

Chinese Scientists Increasingly Leaving U.S.

A new study suggests the Department of Justice’s China Initiative investigations may have strengthened the foreign power by encouraging more scientists to relocate there.

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‘Preaching’ in Biology Class?

St. Philip’s College, despite the name, is a public college. A professor who is also a pastor says the college fired him after it allegedly received complaints of “preaching” in class.

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White Professor Resigns, Alleges Reverse Discrimination

A now-former Pennsylvania State University system professor says a series of trainings and the campus’s approach to grading discriminated based on race.