When It Comes to Research Output, Where Ph.D.s Get Hired Matters More Than Where They Trained

13.05.2019

Sustainable Open-Access Model for Monographs

03.05.2019

Report Gauges Potential Risks to Scholars and Universities if Publishers Capture Research and Student Data

01.05.2019

Stanford Moves to Stop Providing Funds to Its University Press

01.05.2019

Elsevier Agrees to First Read-and-Publish Deal

25.04.2019

New Study of NIH Funding Says Women Get Smaller Grants Than Men

10.03.2019

Scientists Rally Around Vanderbilt Professor Whose Tenure Bid Appeared to Hit Roadblocks As Me Too Activism Grew

22.02.2019

Ghent University, in Belgium, Embraces New Approach to Faculty Evaluation Less Focused on Quantitative Metrics

24.01.2019

New Research on Graduate Student Mental Well-being Says Departments Have Important Roles to Play in Fostering Healthy Environments

22.01.2019

Editorial Mutiny at Elsevier Journal

13.01.2019

Printing Delays Present ‘New Normal’ for Academic Books

11.01.2019

Federal Shutdown Includes Agencies That Are Key Supporters of University Research

03.01.2019

University of California Challenges Elsevier over Access to Scholarly Research

14.12.2018

Netherlands Considers Creating Faculty Positions Based on Teaching, Not Research Metrics

09.12.2018

Gender Studies Scholars Say the Field is Coming Under Attack in Many Countries Around the Globe

06.12.2018

New Report Shows Colleges How to Bridge the Gap Between the Liberal Arts and the Work Force

14.11.2018

Open Searches and Diversity

08.11.2018

University Presses Take Control of Ebook Distribution

18.10.2018

The Challenges of Creating World-Class Universities in China

22.08.2018

Saudi Arabia to Withdraw Students from Canada

11.08.2018

Study Shows How Italy Faces Brain Drain That Defies Expectations

04.08.2018

National Academies Push Open Science

23.07.2018

Digital Humanities for Social Good

09.07.2018

New Statement on Women and Computer Science

06.07.2018

The Neglected Implications of Grant Culture

05.07.2018

GetTheResearch.org: A New Tool for Open-Access Research

04.07.2018

Study Finds Recommendation Letters Inadvertently Signal Doubt About Female Applicants More Than They Do for Men

19.06.2018

Editors of Major Political Science Journals Demonstrate No Systematic Bias Against Female Authors

14.06.2018

Report Urges Program Data Transparency and a Focus on Core Competencies in Graduate STEM Education

30.05.2018

In Praise of Prickly Women

24.05.2018
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