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Female Philosophers Shake Up Their Field Despite the advent of feminist philosophy decades ago, the discipline is more male-dominated than any other in the humanities. Some women are trying to change that.
'I Will Ruin Him' A cyberstalked novelist traces the evolution of his aggressor's flirty-turned-fierce digital attacks.
The One Problem a President Can't Solve Andrew Benton is a seasoned leader accustomed to solving problems through persistence and organization. But these tools have done little to help get his son off heroin.
Herbert Richardson v. the World Some librarians say the founder of Edwin Mellen Press is a bully for his legal threats against bloggers who criticize his company. But he says he's the one being bullied.
What Professors Make Annual pay averages $84,000; the increase just matches inflation. Not all of the numbers are heartening, though.
Stalin's Blue Pencil Revising history is a brutally effective tactic. And pen and sword together are mighty indeed.
The STEM Crisis: Reality or Myth? To maintain global supremacy, it's said, the United States needs more college graduates in science, technology, engineering, and math. The numbers tell a different story.
Internships at The Chronicle The Chronicle is seeking editorial interns for the Summer 2014 session. The internships are paid, full-time positions in our Washington office and will run from May through August. Duties include reporting and writing brief features for our print edition and daily news articles for our website.The application deadline is Friday, January 3. For details, please go to our website.
NEXT: The Future of Higher Education This special report looks at colleges that are doing things differently—questioning the traditional degree, reinventing the academic calendar, "flipping" the classroom or physically re-configuring it, seeking new ways to evaluate what students know, and helping them navigate life after college. Order this special issue today to hear from a diverse group of scholars and thinkers about whether innovation can indeed stick. Click here to get a copy.
The Almanac of Higher Education, 2013-14 The latest Almanac of Higher Education gathers an assortment of key data about the most important trends in higher education. It brings readers an in-depth analysis of colleges and universities with data on students, professors, administrators, institutions, and their resources. Click here to get a copy.