NAS President Peter Wood appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss our report, Charting Academic Freedom, as well as the biggest threats to academic freedom.
Dr. Wood discusses the revised APUSH standards with a panel on To the Point, hosted by Warren Olney.
A radio interview with Lars Larson.
The Daily Texan interviews Peter Wood on NAS's recent report, "Recasting History."
The maker of the documentary Indoctrinate U offers a window into the double standards of the politically correct campus.
Tenure and a heavy emphasis on research over teaching are among the factors that dilute contemporary higher education, says Naomi Schaefer Riley.
Andy Nash interviews Malcolm Kline of Accuracy in Academia.
What makes a college overpriced? How do you identify
Professor J. Budziszewski discusses classical Natural Law with Inside Academia's Andy Nash.
Is internet searching conducive to real education?
A discussion of how English literature was taught in the past, with more effective results.
Is classical higher ed possible today?
Inside Academia's Andy Nash offers some video highlights from his first half year of interviews.
NAS Illinois affiliate president Jonathan Bean discusses classical liberalism and race relations with interviewer La Tasha R. Jones.
Political scientist Bob Weissberg reflects on campus affirmative action policies.
A professor who satirized campus political correctness speaks out about the problems caused by the multicultural agenda.
Chris Long tells about ISI's mission to reach today's college students.
A recent college graduate reflects on a Latino fraternity's decision to officially denounce laws restricting illegal immigration.
"There are so many faculty members who have rejected all these great writings of the past."
How university student governments went from taking responsibility for and pride in the "spirit of the university" to an attitude of entitlement and parasitism.
"Grant-seeking is enforcing a tremendous orthodoxy within the academic world in science, which is precisely where orthodoxy should not be maintained."
George Leef warns that Americans will soon realize they are paying too much for too little education at our colleges and universities.
Sustainability, as the latest politically correct campus ideology, aims to fix attitudes rather than promote disciplined study.
Berkeley physics professor Richard Muller, who is leading a new independent study of global warming, shares his views on science, carbon footprints, and global warming policy.
Christian Brady, dean of the honors college at Penn State, interviewed with Inside Academia this week on his leadership role, the difference between an honors college course and a regular course, and the usefulness of new media in higher education.
Richard Vedder, president of the CCAP, interviewed with Inside Academia this week on the economics of college education and on why tuition costs have gotten to be so high.
Robert Weissberg talks about the factors, such as cognitive inability and American schools' emphasis on edutainment, that limit students' capacity to learn.
If you missed NAS president Peter Wood's recent discussion in New York of anger in America today, you can watch the video here.
In an interview with Inside Academia this week, Jason Fertig speaks about credential inflation and the need for higher education reform.
This week Peter was a guest in a video interview with Inside Academia in which he spoke about the convergence of campus politicization and the push to put more students through college.
Blogger is thrilled about the launch of Inside Academia.
The atmospheric physicist and leading scientific skeptic of anthropocentric global warming speaks out about his role in the climate change debate.
Here is an enlightening interview done by an Argentine economist with Professor Richard Ebeling about the Austrian approach: Mises, Hayek, and others.
FrontPage Magazine interviews NAS board member and history professor Jay Bergman on his new book, Meeting the Demands of Reason.
Gentlemanliness is not dead; it's just dormant, says the Network of enlightened Women.
"Words are like air — they are all around us even though we can't see them, and they are just as essential," says Anu Garg, creator of Wordsmith.org.
An Oregon-based organization called Operation Green Out! works “to get green politics out in the open and out of the classroom.”
The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa brings integrity to the disciplines.
More public funding for higher education?
Peter Wood submitted an abbreviated version of this note to NPR here.
An interview with Bruce Gans
On the Sometimes Difficult Task of Setting the Record Straight or Getting Heard Above the Din Especially if Your Points Are Prolix
This article, an interview with Tom Wolfe, appeared in Academic Questions (vol. 21, no. 2).
Remembrance of William F. Buckley, Jr.