Diversity

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Classroom Diversity and Its Mentality of Taboo

Sep 29, 2017 by Charles Geshekter |

NAS member Charles Geshekter writes about the dogma of diversity in higher education.

What Damore’s Memo Taught Google

Aug 31, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre, Peter Wood |

The recent attempts to include more women and racial minorities in STEM fields could have drawbacks. 

Charlottesville—One Poison, Two Bottles

Aug 22, 2017 by Peter Wood |

UVA didn’t invite racial violence, but it wasn’t entirely an innocent on-looker either.

The Declining Commitment to Diversity and Inclusiveness

Aug 09, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The fifth of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

The Declining Commitment to Academic Freedom and the Free Exchange of Ideas

Aug 07, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The fourth of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Courageous Conversations?

Aug 04, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The third of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Reflections on the Misery in Missouri

Aug 02, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The second of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

The 2015 Campus Crisis

Jul 31, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The first of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Harvard Prepares to Host All Black Graduation

May 12, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

Is Harvard's all black graduation a benign trend or a step backwards? 

College Officials, Take Note: We’re Watching You

Dec 06, 2016 by Roger Clegg |

Roger Clegg discusses public disapproval of affirmative action, Fisher II, and responsible legal options for universities. 

How Diversity Came to Mean ‘Downgrade the West’

Sep 15, 2016 by Daphne Patai |

Are students gaining anything by replacing the universalism of the West with the particularism of diversity?

Virginia Tech’s Welcome Mat: Diversity Edu

Aug 29, 2016 by Ashley Thorne |

Students at Virginia Tech and other universities are being "nudged" into diversity with a new and costly not-for-credit course. 

Civil Rights in the Republic

May 18, 2016 by George Seaver |

The latent causes of faction are sown in the nature of man.

Affirmative Action at the University of Louisville: A Case Study

Mar 24, 2016 by Ben Foster |

An examination of the application of seldom-scrutinized affirmative action policies in one university.

Looking Back at the Duke Lacrosse Case after Ten Years

Feb 22, 2016 by George Leef |

A professor reflects on the decade-old Duke case and the lack of change at the university.

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