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Princeton Fires Tenured Professor in Campus Controversy

75% Right coverage: 24 sources
Princeton University's board of trustees could strip Joshua Katz of tenure and fire him this week over a resurfaced decade-old relationship with an undergraduate student in the mid-2000s. Katz was cleared of sexual harassment charges in the second investigation. The dean of faculty recommended Katz be fired for an alleged failure to be forthcoming.See the Story
Censorship · Florida

University professor who lost job for 'black privilege' comment is reinstated, wins back lost pay

63% Right coverage: 16 sources
Charles Negy, an associate professor in the psychology department, will get his job back with back pay and benefits. An independent arbitrator determined the school's action violated its contract with the faculty union. Negy said in an interview Thursday he's been told he's slated to resume teaching classes this fall.See the Story

Princeton fires tenured professor over sexual misconduct probe

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
The decision came after an investigation found that the professor, Joshua Katz, had not fully cooperated with the inquiry into a past consensual relationship with a student.See the Story
Notre Dame

Buffalo shooter cites Notre Dame professor, others

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Christopher Rios-Sueverkruebbe, a 5+1 Postdoctoral Fellow, has started his university press publishing career as an assistant editor at Rutgers University Press. He holds a Ph.D. in theology from the University of Notre Dame. His interests in religious and Jewish studies include their intersections with sociology, anthropology, the body, gender and sexuality.See the Story

University of Alaska, faculty clash over pay raises

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The University of Alaska system claims negotiations on a collective bargaining agreement have hit an impasse. Faculty argue that negotiations are ongoing and UA may be violating state law.See the Story

Financial aid office staff shortages persist

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
A new survey shows persistent staffing shortages in financial aid offices, which has raised concerns about their ability to address student needs and maintain compliance with federal regulations in the future.See the Story

Black scholars demand retraction of autoethnography article

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Two white Africanists publish an article on centering the scholar’s personal experience to help “decolonize” African studies. A call for retraction follows.See the Story

Report: Colleges’ Role in Easing Nursing Shortages

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
A new report by the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, examines barriers in higher education that contribute to the nation’s nursing shortages and how policy makers can help colleges and universities train more nurses. The report, released Monday, points out that universities turn away “tens of thousands of qualified students” from nursing programs every year because of a lack of capacity.See the Story

Tuition waivers help colleges raise summer enrollment

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Institutions are offering additional, less costly and even free summer courses this year as an option for students who fell behind or got off track during the COVID-19 pandemic.See the Story

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