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Event: Will Machines Rule the World?

Join the National Association of Scholars on Tuesday, October 4, for a fascinating conversation about the future of Artificial Intelligence technology.

The Los Alamos Club: Cowardice Has Consequences

A new bombshell report reveals China's widespread research theft at one of America's leading national laboratories.

NAS Comments on Senator Tom Cotton's "Student Loan Reform Act"

The Student Loan Reform Act of 2022 would greatly improve higher education, but more far-reaching reform is needed to address the structural problems afflicting American universities.

Video: The Age of Rail

Listen as our panel of experts discusses how the railroad transformed American transportation.

Most Recent from Minding The Campus

Assessing the REAL Reforms Act: Limits on Secretarial Authority

Editor’s Note: “Assessing the REAL Reforms Act” is a new Minding the Campus symposium that will closely analyze the Responsible Education Assistance through Loan (REAL) Reforms Act, a bill recently in......

Hispanic-Serving Institutions and Land Acknowledgement: A Woke Paradox

Whenever the associate vice president for faculty and staff diversity at San Diego State University (SDSU) sends an email from work, her signature identifies the school as “a proud Hispanic Serving In......


Outsourced to Qatar

This case study reveals how Qatar uses partnerships with American universities to advance its own interests and values. In partnering with Qatar, American universities have invested substantial t......

The Anatomy of a Diversity Equity and Inclusion Takeover

This study of the University of Tennessee’s Diversity Action Plans finds that they further entrench the dominance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, espousing an ideology that makes narro......

Shifting Sands: Report II

Shifting Sands: Flimsy Food Findings examines how irreproducible science affects select areas of government policy and regulation governed by different federal agencies. This second report focuse......

Educating for Citizenship: The Texas Case Study

This case study examines how Texas universities train students for citizenship and teach American history, government, and civics. 


September 20, 2022

Equal Protection for Me But Not for Thee

Thanks to the bold actions of NAS affiliate head Richard Lowery, the system of hiring discrimination that undergirds American higher education may be on the verge of collapse....

September 13, 2022

Beauty over Brutalism

If we want citizens to understand that our nation is worth preserving, we should ensure that our civic architecture stands the test of time....

September 6, 2022

A Study in Pink and Blue

Even for someone whose very job is to foster critical inquiry and the pursuit of truth, to question the dogma of transgenderism is to invite accusations of harassment and discrimination....


Unjustly Enriched Colleges, Unjustly Impoverished Americans

The Biden administration's student debt forgiveness plan signals to schools that their obscene tuition hikes can continue with impunity.

Biden Student Loan Proposal Ignores the Root Problems of the Debt Crisis

Instead of addressing the root problems of the student debt crisis, the Biden administration continues to add fuel to the fire.

Press Releases

Press Release: Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Take Over the University of Tennessee, Report Finds

A new report examines the implementation of the Diversity Action Plans at the University of Tennessee. The report finds that the plans further entrench the dominance of diversity, equit......

Press Release: New Report Finds Irreproducible Science is Affecting FDA Regulations

The National Association of Scholars has released a new report examining the consequences of irreproducible science on government policy and regulation.


Event: Will Machines Rule the World?

Join the National Association of Scholars on Tuesday, October 4, for a fascinating conversation about the future of Artificial Intelligence technology.

Event: Combatting Cancel Culture

Join the National Association of Scholars on September 30 for a special discussion of alternative views on controversial topics in anthropology, archaeology, and Native American studies.