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Explore the debate and science of Intellectual Diversity.

March 15, 2022

The Root of Self-Censorship

Marina Ziemnick

In order to have any hope of preserving academic freedom and ideological diversity, we must address the toxic ideology at the core of campus censorship head on.

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November 9, 2021

A New University Returns to Higher Ed’s Roots

David Acevedo

It is our hope that the University of Austin can serve as a haven for truly liberal education for many years to come.

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November 5, 2021

Advocacy vs. Scientific Inquiry: A Letter to the Society of Toxicology

Peter Wood

NAS writes to the Society of Toxicology to ensure the integrity of its publication procedures and the credibility of its commitment to the pursuit of scientific truth.

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October 26, 2021

Colby College Signals "Conservatives Need Not Apply"

Daniel Pipes

A routine job posting exhibits how one's personal political beliefs are becoming more important to academic administrators and hiring committees.

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April 20, 2021

It’s All Blue at UT Austin

David Acevedo

UT Austin proves once again that it cares little for intellectual diversity—it has instead chosen to violate civil rights law and entrench ideological conformity.

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April 19, 2021

UT Austin Approves Orwellian “Strategic Plan for Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity”

Louis K. Bonham

Sadly, the University of Texas at Austin did not heed our repeated warnings about the direct threat to academic freedom and institutional neutrality posed by its now-approved facul......

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March 29, 2021

South Dakota Prohibits Ideological Discrimination in Higher Education

David Randall

NAS welcomes the passage of this bill into law and congratulates South Dakota's governor and legislature for this welcome measure to protect South Dakotans against discrimination.

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March 16, 2021

Taking Free Speech Zones to Court

David Acevedo

The days of free speech on campus are long gone. Or are they? A new SCOTUS opinion sheds light on what may be the future of free speech in higher ed.

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March 12, 2021

NAS Condemns PSU-AAUP’s Defamation of Professor Bruce Gilley

National Association of Scholars

Professor Bruce Gilley has been canceled—again. This is now the third time that he has been censured by the academic community for his work on anti-colonialism.

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March 10, 2021

SCOTUS Allows First Amendment Lawsuit against Georgia Gwinnett College

Teresa R. Manning

The case is a sober reminder that college increasingly offers a false concept of comfort rather than education.

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