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Moral Mondays in North Carolina

On Monday, July 13, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a federal judge will hear the arguments of a historical lawsuit, NC NAACP v. McCrory. Faculty from Georgia, Washington, DC and North Carolina traveled to Winston-Salem to be a part of a historic march on the first day of the trial. Because North Carolina’s new voter laws have awide-reaching impact across the nation, the fight to protect voting rights in North Carolina has been dubbed this generation’s Selma. In the morning, UNC-Greensboro ...

PhD on Welfare

As a way to shine a light on low-road practices in for-profit higher education, we issued a Call For Papers: Confronting the For-Profit College Culture. The positive response to the CFP shows that faculty want to be heard, and the forthcoming series of stories will highlight the unique set of circumstances that faculty face. It bears repeating that faculty working conditions are student learning conditions. Are you a for-profit faculty member? Join us here and submit your story. by Dr. Wanda ...

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