Apr 26, 2017 NAS |
PRESS RELEASE: NAS releases a new report Outsourced to China finding that American colleges and universities have jeopardized their independence and academic freedom by succumbing to tools of China's soft…
Apr 20, 2017 by Peter Wood |
After students at Claremont protested the speech of Heather Mac Donald two weeks ago, what do free speech and academic freedom mean at Claremont Mckenna?
Mar 21, 2017 by NAS |
NAS President Peter Wood explores why campus riots like Middlebury's cannot be stopped by the Left.
Mar 09, 2017 by Rachelle Peterson |
A new document tries to guide conversations about Charles Murray's visit to campus.
Feb 09, 2017 by Peter Wood |
NAS President Peter Wood writes about the possibility of removing federal funding from universities that do not protect intellectual freedom.
Feb 06, 2017 by Peter Wood |
Do our commonalities outweigh our differences? NAS President Peter Wood discusses anger in America today and his hopes for higher education.
Jan 26, 2017 by Rachelle Peterson |
NAS members and friends gathered in Oklahoma City for NAS’s 30th anniversary conference.
Jan 03, 2017 by NAS |
NAS president Peter Wood writes on free speech and censorship in The New Criterion.
Nov 21, 2016 by Ashley Thorne |
After the election, colleges turn to feelings, not civility, to guide discussions on winning and losing.
Nov 01, 2016 by NAS |
Peter Wood speaks at First Things alongside Mark Bauerlein, Jay Schalin, and KC Johnson.
Oct 03, 2016 by Chance Layton |
President Wim Wiewel explains in an email to students that the University is committed to free speech, peaceful protest, and "robust debate."
Sep 20, 2016 by NAS |
Join us on October 5th at the First Things editorial offices in New York City.
Sep 15, 2016 by Daphne Patai |
Are students gaining anything by replacing the universalism of the West with the particularism of diversity?
Aug 31, 2016 by NAS |
Join us for an evening discussion about rebuilding the foundations of academic freedom.
Aug 31, 2016 by Spencer Kashmanian |
The University of Chicago's "no safe spaces" letter lacks the philosophical grounding for the academic freedom it champions.