The American Association of University Professors wants to convert nearly all part-time faculty jobs to full-time tenured positions.
University professors claim Title IX abuse in new report
The American Association of University Professors says Title IX investigations meant to protect students from assault and harassment are trampling their civil and academic rights.
Did controversial tweets cost Steven Salaita his U. of I. professorship?
U. of I. appears to have revoked Steven Salaita’s professorship over his incendiary pro-Palestinian tweets.
At Columbia College, a film screening is followed by a charge of bias
A dispute over academic freedom erupts over a Columbia College course on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A panel about an academic boycott of Israel turns controversial
A panel about an academic boycott of Israel turns controversial.
Crunch time for the city’s other teachers’ union
As contract negotiations drag on, UIC United Faculty hosts a teach-in—and contemplates a walkout.
NEIU’s WZRD FM is back on the air
After a six-month lockout, students are back on the air at Northeastern Illinois University’s WZRD FM
NEIU Board gets an earful on free-speech issues
The Northeastern Illinois University board gets an earful on academic freedom and freedom of speech complaints