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Final Advice for the Untenured Conservative Humanist

Jul 21, 2016 by Mark Bauerlein |

Part 3: Service. When you join a committee, you either make your colleagues' workdays easier or make them harder. If the latter, they will remember the fact and it may very well come up at tenure time.

More Advice for the Untenured Conservative Humanist

Jul 21, 2016 by Mark Bauerlein |

Part 2: Teaching. Sage-on-the-stage, the flipped classroom? No need for that. Just avoid a few crucial missteps. Plus: How to raise your students’ grades without inflating them. From First Things. 

Some Advice for the Untentured Conservative Humanist

Jul 21, 2016 by Mark Bauerlein |

Part 1: Research. If you are an untenured humanities who is also a religious or social conservative, the bar is set higher for you. Mark Bauerlein is here to offer advice to the untenured professor. 

Canada’s Crusade Against Fossil Fuels

Jul 20, 2016 by Rachelle Peterson |

Frontier Centre for Public Policy releases a report illuminating the failed agenda of fossil fuel divestment. 

Books With Spines: Adoption

Jul 18, 2016 by NAS |

NAS's sixteenth entry in its Books With Spines series. Join us in selecting books about adoption.

AAUP Meeting Unanimously Backs Melissa Click—But Why?

Jul 11, 2016 by Peter Wood |

In Minding the Campus, NAS president Peter Wood discusses authority on campus.

Books With Spines: Books I Finished After Multiple Tries

Jul 11, 2016 by NAS |

NAS's fifteenth entry in its Books With Spines series. Join us in selecting books you finished after multiple tries.

The Death of Campus Free Speech—and How to Revive It

Jul 08, 2016 by Charles Lipson |

It’s getting harder to tell the difference between real news about colleges and the Onion’s parodies. 

Books With Spines: Books That Make You Love America

Jul 05, 2016 by NAS |

NAS's fourteenth entry in its Books With Spines series. Join us in selecting books that make you love America.

Summer 2016 Academic Questions: Infringements

Jun 27, 2016 by NAS |

The new issue of Academic Questions features essays depicting intrusions on free inquiry, freedom of thought, freedom to teach, and freedom to learn.

APEH: A Critique by Prof. James Tracy

Jun 27, 2016 by James D. Tracy |

Professor James Tracy critiques the AP European History Course and Exam Description.

Books With Spines: Sports

Jun 27, 2016 by NAS |

NAS's thirteenth entry in its Books With Spines series. Join us in selecting books about sports.

Legislation, Not Litigation, Can Repeal Racial Preferences, Says NAS

Jun 24, 2016 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: The NAS affirms it will continue fighting racial discrimination in higher education.

The Fisher Decision: The National Association of Scholars Responds

Jun 24, 2016 NAS |

A statement of the National Association of Scholars on the Supreme Court's decision in favor of racial preferences. 

The New Age of Orthodoxy Overtakes the Campus

Jun 24, 2016 by Peter Wood |

The greatest threat to academic freedom today is the campus "social justice" machine, writes Peter Wood in his review of Joanna Williams' Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity.

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