Scholars differ over whether having students use AI in their assignments will help or hurt their careers after graduation.
Ghanaian traditional gender norms are the main barrier to Ghanaian women pursuing academic careers.
Educators need to carefully consider ChatGPT and issues of academic integrity to move toward an assessment system that leverages AI tools.
The ability of professors to freely teach and write about controversial topics without fear of retribution is nothing new.
The author of a book collecting the experiences of college professors who teach in prisons explains how they are changed by the experience.
Different professors teach differently. If you’re a student with choices in a program, it makes sense to find out what you’re getting.
Despite being the subject of criticism and negative news, business schools do a lot of good for society, a veteran business professor explains in a new book.
Over the course of a career and retirement, gender pay gaps lead to a difference of roughly half-a-million dollars for women professors relative to their male counterparts.
Faculty in a cross-country survey recommended modifying metrics used to gauge productivity to account for the differential impacts of the pandemic on women and racialized faculty.
Where policies do address online abuse and harassment, they’re largely ineffective in a world where academics engage with people in a variety of public platforms and through social media.
Professors of color are few and far between at America’s business schools. Hidden obstacles in the search process help explain why.
Transparent selection processes and merit should be emphasised more in appointing vice-chancellors in Nigerian universities.
The pandemic has negatively affected female and racialized faculty. Universities need to make sure their career advancement doesn’t suffer.
The realities of the job market mean most PhD students no longer work alongside people whose professional paths they will follow. Universities must do more to support non-academic mentorships.
Academics report feeling unhappy and isolated in their current work culture.
Transforming knowledge and letting oneself be transformed by the knowledge of others requires slowness, almost an asceticism.
Conducting research and contributing to knowledge creation might be the only way for academics to sustain their jobs.
A communication studies professor purposefully antagonizes students to show how putdowns and other forms of negative criticism can impact student learning.
Despite calls for their ouster, public university professors who utter offensive things enjoy free speech protection. But a scholar argues for another way to respond to what those professors say.
The story of a six-year-old boy with dyslexia who, with support from friends and teachers, became a successful professor. Now he teaches teachers how to help children like him.