Saturday, September 25, 2021


UDallas Professor Revises Syllabus After “China Virus” Backlash

An associate professor of history at the University of Dallas referred to COVID-19 as “China virus” in his syllabus, prompting university officials to call for revisions.

Princeton University Opens First-Ever Vietnamese Course

Princeton University opened its first-ever Vietnamese course to students this semester with the help of Brown University.

Court Orders Southeastern Oklahoma Reinstate Trans Professor

A federal court ordered Southeastern Oklahoma State University to reinstate and restore tenure to a transgender professor terminated because of discrimination.

Georgia Colleges Hit by Pro-Mask Mandate Protests

The lack of mask mandates at Georgia's public universities has led to faculty staging a series of protests, hoping to have COVID-19 safety protocols enforced.

PSU Professor Resigns, Cites Lack of Intellectual Diversity

A philosophy professor has resigned from Portland State University following claims that the school does not foster a healthy academic environment that promotes intellectual diversity.

Oakland University Faculty Goes on Strike Over Labor Contract

The first day of classes at Oakland University did not go as planned after faculty members went on strike to protest the slow progress of labor contract negotiations.

Georgia Professor Quits After Student Refuses to Wear Mask

A University of Georgia professor who had clearly stated his policy of “No mask, no class” has resigned after a student refused to mask up properly.

Pacific University Fires Professor for Misconduct

Following the recommendations of a faculty committee, Pacific University in Oregon has terminated a professor suspended last year for offensive comments on gender and ethnicity.