Tuesday, July 5, 2022


Senate Bill Could Hamper Foreign Partnerships in Higher Education

The Association of American Universities fears that an iteration of the US Innovation and Competition Act could discourage foreign gifts and collaboration.

Seattle Pacific Students Stage Pride Flag Protest at Grad Ceremony

Graduating students at Seattle Pacific University used small pride flags to protest the school’s anti-LGBTQ+ employment policies. 

Sexual, Physical Abuse Allegations Hit Ex-USA Volleyball Coach

The former head coach of the University of South Alabama women’s volleyball team has been hit with sexual harassment allegations.

Stolen University Information for Sale on Cybercrime Forums

The FBI has cautioned US universities about the selling of their network and virtual private network information on public forums.

Duke Prof Calls Diversity Training ‘Maoist Propaganda,’ Refuses to Attend

A Duke University professor is facing criticism after he refused to attend mandatory diversity training, calling the event a “Maoist political propaganda workshop.”

Princeton Fires Professor for Misleading School About Relationship With Student

A tenured professor at Princeton University was fired by the school for misleading officials about his consensual relationship with an undergraduate 15 years ago.

Westminster College Offers Controversial Course on Porn

Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, has received harsh criticism for announcing a course on pornography.

Court Upholds Ohio Professor’s Right to Not Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns

Shawnee State University has agreed to pay $400,000 to a professor who sued the school for forcing him to use a student's preferred pronoun.