The Chronicle of Higher Education | Faculty

  1. Field Sites Are Harassment Hell. Here’s How to Improve Them.
    A research field station in remote northern Alaska codifies and enforces acceptable behavior.
  2. Medieval Scholars Call for Transparency and Anti-Racism at Conference
    A letter raising concerns about proposed sessions that were rejected for the International Congress on Medieval Studies has drawn hundreds of signatures.
  3. Blasted as Predators, Professors Are Fighting Back With Lawsuits
    A defamation case against a student and a professor at McGill University raises worries that accusations are being silenced.
  4. How One College Used Student Comments to Identify Its Best Professors
    When students are candid and specific, their comments can help determine who should be teaching gateway courses, one administrator found.
  5. A Professor Faked an Offer Letter to Get More Money. What’s a Better Way?
    A former professor at Colorado State University made headlines recently after he was criminally charged for falsifying an offer letter, in order to get a $5,000 raise. But faculty members do rely on deceit to negotiate promotions, often at the expense of other institutions’ search committees.