Diversity

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Monotone Lullabies

Oct 24, 2008 by Ashley Thorne |

What to make of a university that appears an island of relative sanity?

Dizzy Diversity

Aug 07, 2008 by Ashley Thorne |

Today NAS completes its serializing of Getting Under the Skin of "Diversity" by Larry Purdy. Purdy, one of the lawyers who represented Jennifer Gratz and Barbara Grutter in the U.S. Supreme Court cases Gratz v. Bollinger

The Diverse University:  The Victory of the Adjective Over the Noun?

Jul 30, 2008 by Tom Martin |

NAS member Tom Martin ponders, "What does it mean to be 'committed to a diverse university community'?"

Some Social Science that Fails to Score

Jul 28, 2008 by Steve Balch |

NAS president Steve Balch finds that a new study supposedly challenging prevalent assumptions about political correctness isn't all it's hyped up to be.

Virtuoso Violinists Beware Texas

Jun 03, 2008 by Adrianna Groth, Peter Wood |

Texas, in the quest for diversity, tries to balance affirmative action and the top ten percent rule in college admissions.

10. Just Say No to Racial Preferences

Apr 28, 2008 by Tom Wood |

Tom Wood asks the relevant question about racial preferences and contextualizes diversity research at the time of the Gratz and Grutter cases.

6. Who Educates the Whole Person These Days? Anyone? (Res Life and the Decline of…

Feb 20, 2008 by Tom Wood |

Our recent posting, "Residence Life and the Decline of Campus Community, Part 1," aimed to place Res Life programs within the wider context of the contemporary American…

2. Psychotherapeutic Interventions, Transformative Learning, and the Dorms of U Delaware

Dec 11, 2007 by Tom Wood |

The ResLife program at the University of Delaware has received a great deal of well-deserved ridicule and opprobrium in recent weeks, but virtually all of the attention has been directed at the details of the radical views on race…

Little Delawares All Over :Diversity Indoctrination, K-12 Branch

Dec 07, 2007 by |

Hans Bader, a lawyer with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, writes that the Delaware Indoctrination Syndrome has a k-12 counterpart. A common thread is the presence of what Elizabeth Lasch-Quinn in her 2001 book dubbed "race…

Little Delawares All Over: Diversity Indoctrination, K-12 Branch

Dec 07, 2007 by |

Hans Bader, a lawyer with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, writes that the Delaware Indoctrination Syndrome has a k-12 counterpart. A common thread is the presence of what Elizabeth Lasch-Quinn in her 2001 book dubbed "race…

How Many Delawares?

Dec 04, 2007 by |

The National Association of Scholars announces an inquiry into residence hall and student life policies that violate intellectual freedom and promote a partisan political agenda.

1. Infestation: Widespread or Not?

Dec 04, 2007 by |

The recent nationwide media exposure of the diversity facilitation training program of residence assistants at the University of Delaware demonstrates what a couple of professors -- in this case, professors Linda Gottfredson and…

University of Delaware Residence Life Abuses Exposed

Nov 05, 2007 by |

Our Delaware affiliate exposes the University of Delaware's residence life program, known on campus as "the treatment."

Startling Revelations: The National Association of Scholars Salutes Its Delaware…

Nov 05, 2007 by |

Our Delaware affiliate exposes the University of Delaware's residence life program, known on campus as "the treatment."

Tolerance, Diversity, Respect OR ELSE “Bias Reporting Teams” at William…

Oct 26, 2007 by |

It seems that you had better be very very careful of what you say and to whom you say it at the College of William and Mary, where the administration has recently instituted a new "Bias Reporting Team," complete with its own web…

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