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Despite Increased Visibility, Asian Americans Continue to Face Barriers in Academia

Insight Into Diversity

But I would say those are the exceptions, not the rules,” says Nicholas Hartlep, PhD, the Robert Charles Billings Endowed Chair in Education at Berea College, whose research focuses on race and equity — particularly concerning the experiences of Asian Americans — in academia. This article was published in our January/February 2024 issue.

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Can parents and carers networks help make academia more humane?


The way parents and carers come together and support each other is very good news for academia. The post Can parents and carers networks help make academia more humane? Mark Gatto and Ana Lopes have done the research. appeared first on Wonkhe.

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A Student’s POV on ChatGPT in Academia

Today's Learner

ChatGPT in academia: Is the future artificial? Thinking about the pros of ChatGPT in academia Research Assistance: ChatGPT may help academics locate relevant research papers, summarize publications, or provide quick information on a variety of topics, possibly saving them time and energy in the process of information retrieval.

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Scammers, fraudsters are putting academia in peril. What can we do?

University Business

Unfortunately for the world of academia, these are not isolated incidents. The post Scammers, fraudsters are putting academia in peril. As the news broke, another prominent researcher at Harvard University, lauded for her research on dishonesty, was placed on administrative leave for her allegedly fraudulent research. What can we do?

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No Longer My Ministry: The State of Black Women in Academia Webinar Recording


“No Longer My Ministry: The State of Black Women in Academia” Webinar Recording (February 15, 2024) Scholar and feminist bell hooks noted, “Choosing wellness is an act of political resistance.” This webinar explores the current experiences of Black women in academia. To view the recording, click here.

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Scholars Consider the Relationship Between Academia and Hip-Hop

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

As the nation celebrates five decades of hip-hop, scholars and activists gathered on Friday at Howard University to consider the relationship between academia and the musical genre. Nichols said that more should be done to forge and strengthen stronger bonds between hip-hop and academia.

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To Find Orthodoxy in Academia, Look to Business Schools

Academe Blog

BY MICHAEL SCHWALBE Right-wing attacks on academia allege that modern secular universities are hotbeds of liberal orthodoxy and must be reformed to expand the range of views on offer to students.